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       Kevin Schaefer 

      Hey everyone!

      I see we have some new members here, and I just wanted to welcome you all. I’m Kevin Schaefer, and I moderate the forums alongside DeAnn Runge and Ryan Berhar. Columnist Brianna Albers is also a regular contributor, and our site’s Multichannel Content Director Michael Morale oversees everything. All of us are adults with SMA.

      Please let us know if you have any questions, ideas, or general feedback. We would love to hear from you! Also, this article here explains the technical components of using the forums. If you still have any issues, just let me or one of the other moderators know.

      Thanks everyone, and have a great weekend!


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