Walking With Bliss
As many of you know, my baby, Bliss, was diagnosed with epilepsy on March 10th, 2015. That was the day she had her first four seizures. Bliss was only 18 months at the time. Her neurologist say that she will have them for the rest of her life because of her underlying condition, polymicrogyria (PMG). There is no way as a parent I can sit back and not try to "End-Epilepsy". Not only for Bliss but for the 1 in 26 people that will develop epilepsy in their lifetime.
Epilepsy is the most common serious brain disorder worldwide with no age, racial, social class, national nor geographic boundaries (World Health Organization). Seizures steal moments and memories, can change lives, impact development, affect learning and can even result in death. There is no cure.
For the reasons above and many more, I am participating in the Walk to End Epilepsy on Sunday, November 22, 2015 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena to join in the fight to END EPILEPSY.
Please support my efforts by making a donation. Your involvement provides care, advocacy and education today while investing in research and hope for tomorrow.
Your contribution makes a difference.
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