March 22nd marks SIX MONTHS until #WorldNarcolepsyDay on Sept. 22, 2021. Please save the date & spread the word!
The first two World #Narcolepsy Days in 2019 and 2020 have been a huge success. Huge thanks to everyone who participated and the 27 nonprofit patient advocacy organizations co-leading the effort.
We cannot wait to celebrate the 3 million people living with narcolepsy around the world and work together on Sept 22, 2021, to raise awareness, reduce stigma, foster community and reduce delays to diagnosis.
More information on how to get involved coming in the next few months. And remember: GLOBAL starts with LOCAL! We encourage you to look for opportunities to raise awareness in your community.
To take action visit World Narcolepsy Day Official Webpage
A DAY FOR GLOBAL AWARENESS
World Narcolepsy Day (Sept. 22, 2019) is a day dedicated to raising awareness of narcolepsy on a global scale. Established by 24 patient advocacy organizations across six continents, World Narcolepsy Day will inspire action, increase public knowledge, and elevate the voices of people living with narcolepsy worldwide. Get involved and use the hashtag #WorldNarcolepsyDay.
DID YOU KNOW?
Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological condition affecting about 3 million people worldwide, yet because of low awareness, a majority of those living with narcolepsy are currently undiagnosed.