Anyone with Epilepsy knows that school can present a number of challenges, including people thinking you cannot complete an advance degree. I’m here to tell you that you can. Here are some helpful tips for your journey.
On this Father’s Day I would like to take a minute to publicly say thank you for all my dad has done for me. Here are a few photos to show how dad has always gone above and beyond for me and the rest of my family. Dad has always been concerned … Read More
Each year November is recognized as National Epilepsy Awareness Month. This is an opportunity for each of us to take a moment to spread the word about the millions of people living and dying as a result of this complex group of disorders. Here are a few opportunities to get involved: Purple … Read More
Halloween is almost here and it’s time to paint your pumpkins purple. The Purple Pumpkin Project was started in 2012 by Ron LaMontagne in honor of his 7 year old son. The intention of the project was to get people talking about how purple is the color for epilepsy. This is an … Read More
This Mother’s Day, I reached out to a mom with epilepsy who inspires me. I hoped she would have time in her busy life for a brief interview and of course, she made time. Brandy is a delightful woman who I am lucky to know simply by way of Living Well With … Read More
This year “The Purple Pumpkin Project” was started by Ron LaMontagne and to raise Epilepsy Awareness in honor of his 7 year old son. Check out the pictures The goal of the project was to get people talking about how purple is the color for epilepsy. You will find some great photos … Read More