Meet Maureen Knorr, Living Well With Epilepsy’s newest writer. She’s traveling with epilepsy around the world – pills and all. I hope you enjoy her lighthearted approach to what can be some pretty complicated situations.
Our world revolved around seizures; therefore, many of our family “traditions” were altered. Epilepsy wasn’t an “if” it was a “when”, “where” and “how” in our lives. This was magnified on holidays and events through the stages of Clayton’s journey, especially when he was first hospitalized. As time progressed, though, we learned … Read More
I’m going to be 21 in a few months and generally, Epilepsy aside, I am in a pretty healthy condition. Just recently I was given the all clear for working with Epilepsy. That means I am fit to work even though I still having a seizure every now and then. But that’s … Read More
This week the neurology community gathered in Washington, D.C. at the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting. I attended the meeting in my role as Director of Education and Membership for the American Neurological Association (my day job). While I was there, I had several opportunities to discuss the state of epilepsy … Read More
Epilepsy Storylines App puts control back your hands Living Well With Epilepsy has now launched Epilepsy Storylines on the App Store℠ for iPhone® and iPad®. Epilepsy Storylines is, an app that lets users track seizures, medication side-effects, moods, appointments and much more on their smartphone. They can then share any information within … Read More