Living Well With Epilepsy’s Epilepsy Blog Relay™ is an epilepsy awareness movement designed to maximize collaboration and eliminate stigma.

The concept is simple: 30 bloggers, in 30 days. Each contributor takes one day of the month to post either on their own site or on Living Well With Epilepsy. Then we share it with everyone!

Every story showcases some aspect of life with epilepsy. In each post, participating bloggers acknowledge the blog relay with a link back to Living Well With Epilepsy and to promote the next day’s post. We run the Epilepsy Blog Relay™ every March, June and November. 


Spread the Word

Tweet: I’m following all the great #epilepsy stories in the #epilepsyblogrelay.  Check it out at https://livingwellwithepilepsy.com

Post on Facebook: Don’t miss a single post during the #epilepsyblogrelay. Be sure to comment/share/follow the bloggers who inspire you. https://livingwellwithepilepsy.com


Participate

You can participate in the upcoming relay as a Reader, Blogger, Sponsor or a Media Partner. Epilepsy Blog Relay™ participants include people living with epilepsy, loved-ones, the medical and scientific community, epilepsy advocates and more.
To learn more about  participating in a future Epilepsy Blog Relay contact us at jessica@livingwellwithepilepsy.com.

History

In June 2015, Living Well With Epilepsy launched the first Epilepsy Blog Relay™. The effort was modeled after the United Nations’ Shot@Life initiative to harness the power of bloggers to raise awareness of epilepsy related stigma. Throughout the month, participants covered epilepsy stigma in their own ways, on their own sites. They posted personal stories, information and updates on epilepsy events. This effort was extremely successful. In less than 24 hours 10 bloggers had filled 30% of the slots. In less than 5 days all 30 slots were filled and Living Well With Epilepsy was turning people away with the promise of more relays in the future. Bloggers participated from the US, England, Cameroon, Australia, and Canada. All participants saw a sharp increase in traffic to their sites and all made headway in their efforts to raise awareness.

See the full press release on the June 2015 Epilepsy Blog Relay™ at: http://bit.ly/June2015Release

If you missed any of the past Epilepsy Blog Relay™ stories you can catch up on all the posts here.