Transitioning to college for a teen who had epilepsy surgery in childhood may seem daunting, but it is possible for many in our community. Here are some tips and resources for young
A major concern for many families with students who have had brain surgery for epilepsy is how to prepare for independent living, especially when schools and transition programs are closed (or limited) for in-person
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
Individual education plans (IEPs) can be challenging and confusing, not just for parents, but for school members of the educational team as well. Our new webinar series will walk you through the steps
WHAT IS FUNCTIONAL ELECTRIC STIMULATION? Functional electrical stimulation uses weak electrical impulses to generate body movements in people who have been paralyzed or have significant weakness due to brain injuries, stroke, or other damage
Danny on a walk in early March of 2018 Dreams for Danny was created to help families afford travel and lodging to obtain an epilepsy surgery consultation. Launching