This week Living Well With Epilepsy launched another Epilepsy Blog Relay™ to mark the first week of Epilepsy Awareness Month. Here’s a recap in case you missed any of this week’s posts.
This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™ which will run from November 1 through November 30. Follow along and add comments to posts that inspire you! About Dr. Helbig Ingo Helbig, MD, is an epilepsy genetics researcher, German child neurologist at the University of Kiel, Germany and child neurology fellow … Read More
This post was written by Elizabeth Terry, a historian and author in St. Louis, and mom to Spencer who has Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS). Living Well With Epilepsy is grateful to Lundbeck, a Sponsor of the November 2015 Epilepsy Blog Relay™. I remember my husband and I whispering to each other, “Is this … Read More
The Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York has been at the heart of the NYC epilepsy community for almost fifty years, and is New York City’s only specialized organization combining epilepsy education, awareness, and advocacy with individualized services such as counseling and vocational supports. Living Well With Epilepsy is grateful to the … Read More
The next Epilepsy Blog Relay™ will kick off on November 1 and run through November 30 in recognition of Epilepsy Awareness Month. Each week will have a special focus and I am pleased to announce the lead bloggers for the November 2015 Epilepsy Blog Relay™: Week 1: Epilepsy in Everyday Life Lead … Read More
You may be aware that we are gearing up for our next Epilepsy Blog Relay™, which will run throughout November 2015 to mark Epilepsy Awareness Month. I am pleased to announce that our blogger participant schedule is full for the November ’15 relay. November Relay Badge If you are a November Blogger, … Read More
November draws closer and that means we are gearing up for Living Well With Epilepsy’s second Epilepsy Blog Relay™. For anyone who may have missed the relay in June, this is an epilepsy awareness movement to designed to maximize collaboration and eliminate stigma. The Epilepsy Blog Relay™ engages people living with epilepsy, … Read More