LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Dale W. Zorn, R-Ida, welcomed local residents with dysautonomia, their families and awareness advocates to the Michigan Capitol on Wednesday. Zorn presented them with a copy of his resolution commemorating October as Dysautonomia Awareness Month in the state of Michigan. Senate Resolution 94 was adopted by the Michigan Senate on Sept. 29. For more information about dysautonomia, residents can visit www.dinet.org.
Pictured seated is Kim Pearch, a Monroe resident with dysautonomia who worked with Zorn on the resolution. Pictured standing from left: Zorn; postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome patient Meagan Tucker of Howell; Kelly Tucker, Meagan’s mother and executive director of Dysautonomia Information Network; Billie Riggs of Monroe; and Daveaux Riggs, Billie’s daughter and a neurocardiogenic syncope patient.
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