This year has been so difficult for everyone, but for people living with Epilepsy in Uganda the situation has become unimaginable. Gideon Ronie is doing something about it to support what he refers to as the Epilepsy Awareness Uganda family.
Amanda asks us to consider how can we measure our quality of life with the overarching consideration that is epilepsy? We have struggles, unquestionably. Life is different, for every single day and will always be.
Vinay shared that his epilepsy diagnosis was driving him into depression. But when his lifestyle and wellness improved thanks to indoor cycling and endurance sports he found it improved his body and mind.