My Compassion Community Outreach Services

AutismOne 

My Compassion Community Education are provided through a variety of publication materials, community meetings, My Compassion continuing education courses and websites in their entirety have aesthetically pleasing images and easy to read content. 

My Compassion materials are mindful of all readers, ensuring appeal regardless of levels of literacy . . . the dialogue offers clear and simple language infused with a warm, supportive tone. The vast content is developed by a collaboration of professionals that include Directors, Medical and Legal Advisors, Patients, Caregivers, Researchers and Cultivators. My Compassion’s educational materials are used for multiple forms of outreach and include:

  1. Brochures are descriptive explaining each condition, potential effects of cannabinoids, variety of cannabinoid product types to administer, and contact info to My Compassion’s National Cannabis Information Center via its toll-free number or website. Fact sheets and flyers use heavy imagery with descriptors, charts, graphs, and bright colors that depict topics pertaining to qualifying conditions, facts and figures, diagrammatic images, etc.
  2. Guidebooks on Illinois and Michigan Medical MJ Act provide the Patient section of the Act, legislation updates, legal opinions, court findings, judicial process and how to become a responsible consumer.
  3. The American Cultivator, a quarterly publication, will provide local information on the latest news regarding cannabinoids in health, technology, state and federal laws, science based articles, community meeting schedules, national informational updates, patient testimonials and more.
  4. Online classes, webinars, and podcasts will make educational outreach available to shut-ins and patients who have limited abilities to leave their homes and/or facilities. Each seminar type will utilize technology advancement for increased access to those that are deaf, low vision, disabled or terminal.
  5. Continuing Education Courses are designed to help professionals in Social work, Healthcare, Civil Service and law, learn pertinent information and stay abreast of the emerging use of cannabinoids in our homes and communities. Through this manner of education, a higher level of confidence will be achieved with medical professionals, patient and caregivers.
  6. Websites deliver high levels of information for anyone looking to learn more about cannabinoids. Our site is easy to navigate and designed to provide information on chronic conditions and the laws. Community meetings and event schedules are listed at all times along with the latest science based evidence and clinical cannabinoid trials on conditions such as cancer, epilepsy and Crohn’s disease.