An epilepsy diagnosis will change a person's life.
Against the backdrop of the pandemic, creating a sense of normalcy where kids can feel safe and continue to develop the social skills they will need to navigate a complex world isn't easy.
A baby girl is born, beautiful and seemingly healthy, with the promise of a bright future ahead of her. Then, out of nowhere, the progress she has made in verbal and motor skills begins to regress.
Following a recent reorganization and move to Birmingham, the Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama kicked off Epilepsy Awareness Month with their Annual Purple Pumpkin Walk.
D'Ann Somerall, DNP, FNP-BC, says people tend to look at nursing differently from other professions. In general, they assume that nurses will give bedside care for their entire career.
For epilepsy patients with frequent, often severe seizures that traditional medications fail to control, everyday life can be an ordeal.
"There's a classic saying, and it's true - if you've met one person with autism, you've met one person with autism. Although some symptoms are commonly found in people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), every individual is different.
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