PAF Launches “Migraine Matters” Online Resource Tool for Persons with Migraine

Tool is built to support the educational and access needs of patients, caregivers and their providers

Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) is excited to announce the launch of its new interactive educational widget, Migraine Matters, that empowers those with Migraine and Headache disorders. Created by combining the best resources from top nonprofits and clinical experts in the field of Migraine treatment and research, Migraine Matters is an easy-to-use online resource area for patients, caregivers, and physicians.

“We wanted to create a resource center that above all would be useful and helpful for those individuals who live with Migraine disease every day,” said Erin Bradshaw, PAF’s Chief of Mission Delivery. “I believe that by gathering this vast collection of resources into one location, and making it easy to use, we have accomplished our goal of helping address the practical and financial issues this community faces.”

Migraine Matters features an ever-expanding collection of articles, videos, webinars, infographics, and tools designed to provide relevant information to those seeking assistance or education on the unique challenges associated with Migraine and Headache Disease, including episodic and chronic migraine diagnoses.

“I cannot overstate how great it is to have all of these resources in one place,” said Lindsay Videnieks JD, Executive Director of The Headache and Migraine Policy Forum. “We have found it both incredibly useful and easy to navigate.”

Visit patientadvocate.org/migrainematters to gain access to the materials.

Migraine Matters is brought to you by Patient Advocate Foundation, working alongside advocates and medical experts from Migraine, Headache, and Neurology fields to identify the topics and resources you most need. This project receives financial donation support from Allergan, AMGEN and Novartis.

To connect with the tool and host on your organization’s website, please contact the Migraine Matters team at migrainematters@patientadvocate.org.