This is our story, and this is why we’re here

To help women and girls living with epilepsy

Be part of Mosaic, and submit your story today.

If you’re a woman or girl living with epilepsy, Mosaic is our initiative to help us learn from each other, by storytelling.


My Epilepsy Story (MES) is an international, non-profit organization that serves to bridge the gap for women and girls diagnosed with epilepsy, as well as the children impacted by their mother’s epilepsy by Collaborating, Advocating, Researching, and Educating (C.A.R.E.) about women’s health and epilepsy.  Our organization is also unique in the aspect that MES does not accept ANY pharmaceutical funding. MES is dedicated to serving these females, their families, and the medical professionals that selflessly care for them.

WWE C.A.R.E. Seminar Series

Join us on April 28th, 2022 for our upcoming FREE in person and virtual event in the WWE C.A.R.E. Seminar Series! Dr. P. Emanuela Voinescu, Department of Neurology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Dr. Mary A. O’Neal, Director of Women’s Neurology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, will be discussing the complexities of women’s health and epilepsy. Medical professionals and medical/nursing students are invited to register today!

Weekly Online Support Group

Join us every Wednesday or Thursday, starting April 1st to discuss COVID-19, staying up to date on neurology appointments, telemedicine during quarantine, and more! Click here to find out more information!

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1 in 26 people live with epilepsy. Please consider making a monthly recurring donation of $26 to support epilepsy research.

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About My Epilepsy Story


Brandy Parker-McFadden

Founder, Wife, Mother and Woman with Epilepsy

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