November’s Featured Stories: Noel

Hi! My name is Noel and, when I grow up, I want to be a pediatric neurosurgeon. My first known seizure was July 27, 2012. This seizure scared me a lot, because I did not know what it was. I had several seizures where I lost consciousness. They were terrible!! I was very scared, but Mom and Dad helped me to not be afraid…. Read More

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WebEase (Web Epilepsy, Awareness, Support and Education) was developed by a team of Emory University researchers and physicians who treat persons with epilepsy. The program does not tell you what to do, rather it guides you toward making decisions on taking your medications, managing stress and getting a good night’s sleep.

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By making a donation to the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia, you bring hope to the more than 150,000 Georgians affected by epilepsy.

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  • You allow us to educate people with epilepsy, their friends, family and loved ones.
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