When a mother has epilepsy, she is challenged both personally by the disorder and also by her responsibilities as a parent. She must meet the needs of the child as well as maintain personal and possibly professional relationships (see our May...
For people with ongoing seizures despite available therapies, new developments in both medications and medical devices offer hope. With generous support from the Epilepsy Therapy Project, the CIMIT NeuroTechnology Program and the...
Earlier this year, board members of the Epilepsy Therapy Project shared their perspectives on the unmet medical needs for people with epilepsy. These experts and many others help scientists see where new research and development is needed. However,...
By Rita Watson, MPH Children and adults who have disorders or injuries that affect movement or coordination are often referred to physical therapists. While most people with epilepsy do not need physical therapy (PT), those persons who have...
A few months after my daughter was born, I joined a very special club, one I never imagined I would join. There was no application to fill out, no interview for admission, no initiation, no clubhouse to visit and no fancy card for my wallet. I don't...

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