On our series to EMPOWER Women and Girls Living with Epilepsy, today we hear from Robert Moss, Co-Founder of SeizureTracker.com on: Managing your Epilepsy & Tracking your Seizures    Robert Moss knows first hand how it feels to have a child with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex and Epilepsy.  It was the helplessness he felt in his own situation […]

My name is Tiffany.  I’ve lived with epilepsy for over 10 years, having survived a seizure-car crash.  I’d been married for only four months at this time.  After diagnosis, I had to stop working, my husband and I lost our home, and had to begin our lives all over again.  Inspired by this tragedy, we […]

With November being “National Epilepsy Awareness Month” I thought now would be an appropriate time to put something out there about the invisible disability that I have lived with for about 10 years. Until earlier this year when Disney’s young adult actor, Cameron Boyce, passed away in his sleep from a seizure, epilepsy hasn’t gotten […]

My story with epilepsy began right after my daughter turned two years old.  She suddenly started turning blue, staring, and became lethargic. Over six months of testing, the episodes went from once every two weeks to 9 per day.  Leighanne’s seizures presented as several other serious health problems, so it wasn’t until a scheduled inpatient […]

When I was in 8th grade I had my first seizure. After not being able to see and then losing all motor skills, my feet were shaking and I was internally yelling at myself to stop this nonsense and not cause a scene. I then woke up on the floor surrounded by my mom and paramedics. I […]

BACK to SCHOOL TIPS from MES!   Yes, Folks, it’s that time of year again…so here are 10 tips to help prepare your child and yourself for the upcoming school year!   Set your kids sleep schedule back ‘to school time’ two weeks before the first day so that they can get into the school […]