October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). This national campaign aims to raise awareness about disability employment issues and celebrate the contributions of employees with disabilities. This year’s theme is “America’s Recovery:
Returning to school after epilepsy surgery can be a challenge, especially because of the diverse and various needs the child may have. Even if the student does not qualify for an IDEA, they
Today we introduce you to Catherine Flynn who, with Erica Hauser, will serve as a volunteer Sibling Support Lead and help us build our new Sibling Support Program. Both Catherine and Erica reached
Siblings of children with chronic medical conditions often grow up with more patience, compassion, and empathy than other children. But they're also at risk for anxiety, guilt, and isolation as well as other challenges.
Planning for our 2022 family and professional conference is well under way! We'll announce the location soon and are excited to share that Chantell Ferrin, a professional event marketer for Visa, joins our team
In a few weeks, we'll announce the location and dates of our family and professional conference. In the meantime, we're excited to announce the event chair for next year's family conference: meet Erin
As part of our ongoing effort to make sure we address the needs of all the children we serve, we are honored to be part of the Youth Advisory Committee for HOBSCOTCH-Youth, a forthcoming
Recently, a young adult who had a big epilepsy surgery when she was a child asked on social media about ABLE accounts. After I pulled together some links and resources for her, I
Do you want to learn how to be a better collaborator with your child’s school team and still get the services your child needs? Do you feel frustrated by the IEP process? Confused?
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