Kids with epilepsy head back to school

To parents of children with epilepsy, heading back to school can feel like heading into a hurricane. But it can help to know there are resources available to you and your family. Included are websites on how to talk to school about epilepsy and information on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act … Read More

Kids with epilepsy at higher risk during flu season

3D image of Influenza Virus The CDC is currently featuring information on how children with neurologic disorders are at higher risk of death from flu. A study on the topic was recently published in Pediatrics, “Neurologic Disorders among Pediatric Deaths Associated with the 2009 Pandemic Influenza, 2012.”   The BuzzCBS, the AP, … Read More

Epilepsy campers, signup time is here

For most kids summer means playing outdoors, camps with silly names, hiking, swimming, canoeing, arts and crafts and more. The same is true for kids with epilepsy. In a recent issue of EpilepsyUSA, the Epilepsy Foundation‘s flagship publication, the organization featured a roundup of epilepsy camps throughout the United States. US Camps … Read More

Women’s health and epilepsy

Illustration by Justin Skeesuck For some of us epilepsy is a chronic condition that may last a lifetime. And those of us of the fairer sex have found that epilepsy raises a whole different set of issues. These issues can range from how you feel about yourself to whether or not you … Read More

Time to go camping

Ah, the warm summer breeze. The smell of cut grass and bug spray. It’s that time of year again when kids from all over will head to camp. But what about the kids that have seizures every day? These kids can’t go to camp, right? Or can they? Well, it turns out … Read More

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