Bracing Mentor Program
The Scolios-us Bracing Mentor Program offers new bracers the opportunity to connect with seasoned bracers on an individual basis. Especially when you start bracing, connecting with a fellow bracer can be incredibly powerful and helpful as you adjust to a new normal.
How does the Scolios-us Bracing Mentor program work?
Whether you want to get matched with a mentor or become a mentor yourself, the first step is completing the 3-step sign-up process. Once the sign-up process is complete, new "mentees," or bracers who want to get matched with a mentor, will be contacted by their specific mentor via phone, text, or video chat. All Scolios-us Bracing Mentor Program members are encouraged to participate in the group discussion boards and photo albums.
All Scolios-us Bracing Mentor Program participants must complete all three steps in the sign-up process before being accepted into the MemberPlanet Group:
1. Request to join MemberPlanet group and fill out information - note: in the "Family Information" section, please put your parent's email if you are under 18 or your own email if you are over 18
2. Receive parental consent from one of your parents or legal guardians if you are under 18
3. Complete video call with program coordinator
The three-step process ensures that all participants are joining the Scolios-us Bracing Mentor Program for the right reasons. It also helps the program coordinator best match mentors and mentees, while giving mentors and mentees time to ask any questions they may have.
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Flyers for Clinics
Download and print the flyers below for your scoli patients! From our experience, the best time for new bracers to get paired with mentors is actually before they receive their brace. We recommend handing out flyers during your evaluation appointments, so your patients are already matched and ready to go by the time they are fit with their brace.
Any information shared between individuals through the Scolios-us Bracing Mentor Program is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking treatment because of something you were told by a mentor/mentee.