Tuesday, February 15, 8 PM ET

Lyme Caregiving – Providing Care without Losing Yourself

Presented by: Nicole D. Bell

Chronic illness often results in not one but two patients: the person ill and the person caring for them. Nicole Bell was successful in nearly every challenge sent her way until her husband became sick with early-onset Alzheimer’s caused by Lyme disease and Bartonella.

Nicole will share her story along with the lessons learned and the tools that helped her survive. Caregivers in the Lyme community and patients seeking to understand the caregiver’s perspective will want to attend this powerful event.

Registration Information:
This webinar will be recorded and made available to all registered attendees. The audience will be in listen-only mode but questions can be submitted via the Q&A feature in Zoom. Registration fee: $25

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Nicole D. Bell

Nicole Bell is an author, entrepreneur, and advocate for tick-borne and neurodegenerative diseases. She advanced her professional career as an engineer and program manager and spent the past 15 years in medical devices and medical technology. She became an executive in a fast-growing medical device company, where she built a world-class team in surgical robotics. But when her husband became chronically ill, she took on her most challenging roles yet: caregiver and medical proxy. Her memoir, What Lurks in the Woods, details the harrowing experience and seeks to help others navigating chronic conditions.

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Nicole earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Materials Science and Engineering from MIT and a Master’s of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University. She currently lives near Raleigh, North Carolina, with her two children and a spunky little rat terrier. For more info, see

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