Migraine is a complex, serious, debilitating neurological disease that most commonly occurs between the ages of 30 to 49, impacting people during the formative and most productive years of their life.1-4

Over 90% of people with migraine are impaired during a migraine attack, and more than 50% reported severe impairment, or required bed rest.3

Migraine may cause productivity loss. People with migraine lose on average 9 more workdays annually than those without migraine.5

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Working With MigraineTM Program Overview

This turnkey program is available free of charge and is specifically built to help employers empower those with migraine to take steps to better understand and manage migraine. All the materials and content necessary for implementation can be found on this website.

Program components include:

  • Program implementation guide with step-by-step instructions to get you started
  • Set-up materials to raise awareness within your organization
  • Educational presentations/videos for employees on key migraine topics, including:
    • Session 1: Migraine Basics
    • Session 2: Migraine Triggers
    • Session 3: Migraine Treatment Landscape
    • Session 4: Migraine Well-being and Self-Management
  • Practical resources to help employees manage migraine
  • Feedback tools to assess the program's success and assure continued improvement

Do you know the economic burden of migraine on your organization?

The Employer Migraine Cost Estimator is an interactive calculator to help estimate the economic impact of migraine on your organization.
Learn more.

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