December 30, 2021
Thanks to you, we were able to continue our important mission of educating children, parents, educators, legislators, and healthcare workers about tick awareness and prevention this past year.
Our Tick BustersTM children’s literature series was selected as a winner of the Department of Health and Human Services 2021 LymeX Innovation Accelerator Challenge. We also continued to reach out to those living with Lyme through virtual support meetings, and it was our ninth year of funding the ILADS’s Lyme Fundamentals course to medical professionals.
September 25, 2021
September 15, 1950 ~ September 6, 2021
With a heavy heart, we learned of the loss of our dear friend and past board member, Karen Weber on September 6, 2021. Karen was an active advocate for the National Capital Lyme Disease Association and served with enthusiasm and dedication on its board for over twelve years. Karen was admired and loved by her colleagues. She was devoted to Lyme patients and the cause they represent.
She frequently said that some divine power led her to the Northern Virginia area to play an active role in our legislative passage of the Virginia Lyme Disclosure Act of 2013 and the passage of a similar Maryland bill in 2016. As one of the primary architects of that bill, she helped many victims of tick-borne diseases obtain proper diagnosis and treatment.
August 16, 2021
Tick Busters is a 2021 HHS LymeX Challenge Winner
We are proud to announce that Tick Busters: Wanted Dead or Alive, NatCapLyme’s newest children’s educational series was chosen as one of five winning entries in the Department of Health and Human Services 2021 LymeX Education and Awareness Healthathon Challenge.
Each of the selected winners including NatCapLyme were invited to present at the LymeX Winning Solutions Webinar which took place on Thursday, August 12th. In case you missed the event just click HHS LymeX Healthathon Winner Presentations to watch the presentations including NatCapLyme’s.
May 5, 2021
The National Capital Lyme Disease Association applauds Supervisor Pat Herrity for his leadership in Lyme disease prevention and awareness.
With summer fast approaching and people spending more time outdoors, it is important for everyone to learn about and take precautions against tick-borne diseases.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisor’s has once again proclaimed May as Lyme Disease Awarenes Month in the County of Fairfax. The National Capital Lyme Disease Association (NatCapLyme) is grateful to Supervisor Pat Herrity and the Board of Supervisors for its continued commitment to raise awareness about and Lyme and tick-borne diseases.
February 10, 2016
The National Capital Lyme Disease Association (NatCapLyme) today announced that the Virginia Senate passed landmark legislation relating to a patients right to treatment under guidelines listed in the National Guidelines Clearinghouse (the “NGC”).
December 31, 2015
As we begin a new year at NatCapLyme, I would like to thank our community as well as our friends around the country for their support during the past year, and wish them all health and happiness in 2016. As a multi-purpose organization, our efforts are focused on helping people with tick-borne diseases through increased awareness, education, support, advocacy and research.
December 31, 2014
As we begin a new year at NatCapLyme would like to thank our community as well as our friends around the county for your support and help during the past year and wish you health and happiness in 2015. As a multi-purpose organization our efforts are focused on helping people with tick-borne diseases through awareness, education, support, advocacy, and research.
September 10, 2014
NATCAPLYME is pleased to announce a grant program for first time attending physicians to attend the upcoming ILADS Fundamentals of Lyme Disease.
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