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Grand Rapids, MI CMTA Branch

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Grand Rapids, MI CMTA Branch
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The Grand Rapids, MI CMTA Branch is for those who have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and their loved ones. We welcome you to join this vibrant group of active and caring individuals in your area to share resources, ideas, CMT-related information, and personal experiences and to, ultimately, build life-long friendships and support. Meetings will focus on CMT education, awareness, research updates, fundraising initiatives, advocacy, and current events and will include guest speakers. We love newcomers and hope you will join us at our next meeting!

Second Floor Conference Room
235 Wealthy St SE
Grand Rapids
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital
Cabrielle Rudisill

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Cabrielle Rudisill is a mom to six amazing kids: Kaitlyn (23), Damien (7), Perry (6), Caleb (5), Alizé (4) and Oliver (3). Caleb was recently diagnosed with CMT Type 1A as well as autism. Cabrielle spends her time homeschooling, running kids to therapies, and serving her community. Cabrielle enjoys writing, walks, exploring history, and reading in her free time.
Amy Reynolds

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Amy Reynolds first learned about the CMTA by attending a function in Ann Arbor. She was initially brought to tears walking into the big room and seeing others with CMT for the first time. She is happy there is a CMTA branch in Grand Rapids and is proud to have the opportunity to co-lead. Amy has CMT as does her 13-year-old son and her biological father. Despite genetic testing they are still undiagnosed and are planning to see a specialist in Detroit. Amy works as a mental health therapist and a certified health coach. She likes to stay active with water sports, weight lifting, yoga and walking her beagle. It’s very important to her that she and her son and I keep active because I can really feel the difference when I don’t. I love to cook and try to eat healthy to support my legs and hands. I’m hoping to bring more awareness and offer support around this disease in West Michigan.

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