Laura’s Story

I am not just another 1 out of 26. I am a teacher, I am a traveler, I am a learner, I am a writer, I am an artist and I am a person who just happens to have epilepsy. I am here to help inspire and support others by sharing my story and hope to spread awareness. I used...

Angie’s Story

I had my first tonic clonic seizure on top of one of my first hairdressing clients. I was 17. Split open my head and woke up in the back of an ambulance with a bunch of scrambled thoughts and the paramedics talking to me in what I thought was a foreign language. In...

Erick’s Story

In 2006, a journalist in Norfolk, Virginia (me) was on assignment to interview an entrepreneur who ran a charity to support families with a history of abuse. She was there with her husband, a Norfolk lawyer. The interview took place at the Town Point Club, a...

Katrina’s Story

I struggle daily with Epilepsy and Crohn’s Disease, a combination which has led to an ultimately careful and health-focused lifestyle. Though it is not something I would ever wish on another person, it has resulted in a passion I never expected for health,...

Christopher J. Williams – Artist

Creative Arts, Therapist M.P.S., Illustrator B.F.A., Artist, Music Pedagogue To create Art is something extraordinary. to experience the Power of intrinsic motivation and the subsequent impact it can have on a life… I Have always, even in my youth, embraced what...

Morgan’s Story

My name is Morgan Evans, and at the age of 14 I had my first seizure. They sent me to a neurologist in Greenville, and that’s how I found out I have epilepsy. I started having random seizures after that. They put me on a lot of medications and did many tests. They...