Caregivers play a central role in the life of a loved one with epilepsy. Not only do they help manage seizures, medications and doctor appointments, but they can also offer emotional and moral support and advocate for the loved one in the community.
Learning to drive is a rite of passage for so many people. Cars offer not only freedom from the confines of the family home and the promise of escape to faraway places but also make it possible for us to do the kinds of day-to-day errands that are essential to modern living.
No matter what happens, Gary Campbell refuses to sing the blues. Instead, this 58-year-old Nashville cat turns his experience with epilepsy into country tunes. Strumming his songs for Banner Records in Nashville, Campbell has realized his dream. Since 2002, he’s recorded several CDs.
EpilepsyAdvocate is a community of people living with epilepsy, their family members, and their caregivers.
Created in 2006 by UCB, a biopharmaceutical company that focuses on immunology and neurology research and treatment, EpilepsyAdvocate is a community of people living with epilepsy, their family members, and their caregivers.