Go for Greater Goals
Goal #1: Greater understanding from loved ones
Even when your family and friends are highly supportive, it can still be hard for them to fully understand MG. This goal is about empowering you with the information to explain exactly how MG affects you—in a simplified way—to help them really “get it.”
Goal #2: Greater communication with my healthcare team
Better communication is mutually beneficial to you and your doctor. This goal is about having the right tools to help prepare for doctor appointments and explain your priorities clearly, so both sides get more value from those conversations.
Goal #3: Greater tools and resources
There may be more to learn when it comes to advocating for yourself or managing and tracking symptoms with MG. This goal is about feeling better equipped to maintain balance with MG, helping you improve daily abilities or pursuing whichever priorities matter most to you.
Goal #4: Greater treatment knowledge
You may have questions about MG treatment, especially when it comes to side effects and risks. This goal is about learning more about MG so you can make informed decisions about treatments.
Goal #5: Greater empathy in the world
Discovering meaningful reasons to have a positive outlook can make a big difference. This goal is about finding ways to raise awareness and understanding among others, so we can all look forward to a world with more compassion for those with MG.