eJourney

Each Journey Is Unique
As with many great ideas, the eJourney initiative came from a conversation with leaders in our community. Board members Camila Coelho and Cynthia Hudson suggested a new approach to telling the stories behind the fight against epilepsy. Please join Camila, Cynthia and many, many more in this brave act of standing up against epilepsy. The eJourney is yours, and we want to share it far and wide.

SHARE YOUR STORY

Christina is sharing her eJourney about multiple seizures and treatment-resistant epilepsy
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Person with Epilepsy
Christina’s epilepsy journey has been difficult, but she has persevered. She is encouraging other people to work with an epileptologist and never give up hope.
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Parent of a Child with Epilepsy
Learn about Amanda and Pippa's journey with cCMV and epilepsy.
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Child with Epilepsy
Meet Ryker, a four year old boy living with CACNA1A-related epilepsy.
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Parent of a Child with Epilepsy
Deavin's son lives with Doose syndrome. He shares his challenges and the strength they brought.
Hailey and Livy Scheinman (Twins) hugging.
Sibling of a Person with Epilepsy
Meet Hailey, a Marvel's Hero Project real-life hero, and president and CEO of the Epilepsy Foundation Kids Crew.
Emily's Clinical Trial Journey
Parent of a Child with Epilepsy
Diagnosed with infantile spasms as a baby, Emily tried a clinical trial for a better quality of life.
Nina Mago
Person with Epilepsy
When Nina faced misunderstanding in Uganda, she chose to fight back with education and awareness.
Camila Coelho Sitting by the Ocean
Person with Epilepsy
Brazilian-American fashion designer and beauty entrepreneur Camila Coelho lives with epilepsy. She launched her eJourney for National Epilepsy Awareness Month.
Emma Rose
Parent of a Child with Epilepsy
Jennifer’s daughter Emma Rose lives with drug-resistant epilepsy. She shares, with hope, what their life is like.

Our Mission

The mission of the Epilepsy Foundation is to lead the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.

 
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