Taking care of a child with epilepsy can be challenging, no matter where you are in your journey. You may be just starting to explore evaluations for epilepsy surgery, or perhaps seizures have
Last week, I wrote about the importance of evaluations. Now we need to know what to do after your child has been evaluated. How do you get the IEP team to “consider” these
In various social media groups, I often read comments or posts from parents of kids who have had epilepsy surgery share concerns about their child's school progress. Perhaps the child is not learning
Early data from our Global Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery Registry shows that 90% of children after epilepsy surgery have individual education plans in school. If your child has an individual education
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought financial challenges to many families we serve. Here's a list of what's available for you if you need help: Our Programs COMMUNITY OF CARE GRANT: This
We know that some members of our community may be experiencing financial hardship that affects their ability to pay for food, shelter, rent, or other necessities right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Department of Labor Statistics reports that only 19.1% of persons with disabilities are employed, compared to 65.9% without disabilities. In celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, here are resources for