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3 great ways to get social with epilepsy awareness

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Through the end of November, Comcast is making 12 films from The Arc & Sprout Film Festival / Sproutflix available free On Demand for all Comcast/Xfinity subscribers.

Since 2003, the Sprout Film Festival has been a leader in showcasing film and video projects featuring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. By presenting films of artistry and intellect, the Sprout Film Festival hopes to reinforce accurate portrayals of people with developmental disabilities and expose the general public to important issues facing this population.

Sproutflix is making the invisible visible.

View The Films On Television

Go to On Demand, click into the Specials folder and then click into the folder labeled Disability Awareness. At the top of that page click on the folder labeled Sprout Film Festival.

View The Films Online

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These films plus an additional 130 films featuring people with I/DD are also available for purchase on Sproutflix.

Instagram Photo Challenge EDITEDFeatured Affiliate: Epilepsy Foundation Texas

The Epilepsy Foundation Texas is making the most of social media throughout Epilepsy Awareness Month.


Participate in the #EFTXphotochallenge on Instagram. You can get involved by accepting the challenge for each day, and by posting a photo that corresponds to the challenge.


Follow the #EFTXphotochallenge hashtag on Twitter. On Twitter, the Foundation is also posting a fact a day about epilepsy to educate the public about epilepsy and what their organization has to offer.

Join the Epilepsy Awareness Linkup

We’d love to tell the community about all the amazing things you are doing to raise epilepsy awareness. Add a link to your epilepsy awareness blog, site or profile below.

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2 Responses

  1. David Dierking
    | Reply

    Incredible website! As someone living with epilepsy like you this is a wonderful collection of stories and resources. I’d like to add my story on your site as well!

    FYI….I started my own blog for seizure disorder awareness – projectdare.wordpress.com. I hope you come check it out. And maybe even give it a mention!

    • Jessica Keenan Smith
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      Thanks for the comment and the kudos. Your site is great. Keep it up. You can even add it to the linky here so other people can discover Project Dare.

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