64. Circadian Sleep Disorders Network

28 November 2011 at 22:00 | Posted in Circadian rhythm | 4 Comments
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UPDATE:

CSD-N is now set up to accept paying members.  Charter membership (before 31 March 2012) is just US$25.  The organization needs many members to increase its clout in working for its goals.  See the “Join us” page on the website. 

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There’s a new organization for us:  Circadian Sleep Disorders Network – advocating for people with misaligned body clocks.  It’s incorporated as a non-profit in the USA and very soon will be accepting paying members.

Its mission statement:

  • Circadian Sleep Disorders Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with chronic circadian rhythm disorders.
  • We aim to increase awareness within the medical community and among the general public, to provide emotional support and practical ideas for people living with these disorders, to encourage research into circadian rhythms, and to advocate for accommodations in education and employment for people with circadian rhythm sleep disorders.

The website, under construction, is at CSD-N.org.  There you’ll find a two-sided brochure which may be downloaded and freely distributed; it is available in both A4 format and 8.5×11 letter size.

Here’s wishing the new organization a long and useful life.

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  1. This is great news. There is so little public awareness for Circadian Sleep Disorders, it will be exciting to see your foundation take shape!

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