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2013 Reader Survey: Tell us what you think

It’s time for the annual Living Well With Epilepsy reader survey. We did this last year and found it very helpful. This survey is a great way for us to make sure we are on track with what you want from the site. Please take a minute to answer this brief 10 question survey.

Thanks in advance for your time!

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5 Responses

  1. carol
    | Reply

    I did the first question, but my page did not have a place to turn, such as an arrow or other indication.

    • Jessica Keenan Smith
      | Reply

      Thanks Carol. I will figure out why and correct the problem. Thanks for letting me know!!

    • Jessica Keenan Smith
      | Reply

      I made the box for the survey bigger. You do still have to scroll down to see all the questions. Let me know if that works better.

  2. belinda Brown
    | Reply

    I read the story of sophie and I lookied at it like big deal so she was diagnosed as a teenager try going through your entire life with epilepsy, I have and I’ve had brain surgery the VNS but still have seizures and I excepted my epilepsy when I understood it.

    • Jessica Keenan Smith
      | Reply

      Would you consider submitting your own story? It would be good to have both stories for readers to compare and contrast. I would encourage you to write YOUR story instead of an article in response to sophie’s piece.

      Just tell us about you and your experience. Let us walk a mile in your shoes (so to speak).

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