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Sarah Dailey, Author at Epilepsy Foundation Florida

30 Jan

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2022 Walk to END EPILEPSY – May 28 at Vinoy Park, Tampa

January 30, 2022 | By |

The 2022 Walk to END EPILEPSY and the 2.6 Million Mile Challenge is back and better than ever – you don’t want to miss it! This year, we are bringing you a one-of-a-kind experience to join with friends, family, and colleagues to celebrate one another and the amazing impact we are making together for 3.4 million Americans living with epilepsy and their families. What makes the 2022 event even better? It has something for everyone! In addition to coming together in-person, you can also opt to make the walk your own by registering to Walk Your Way. Your safety is our priority — and no matter how you choose to participate, your support will be recognized and celebrated. No matter where you live, with each step and fundraising dollar, we’re closer to reaching our goal: a world free from epilepsy and free from fear of the next seizure. Whether near or far, let’s rally together on event day and beyond!

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21 Apr

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COVID-19 and Epilepsy Fact Sheet

April 21, 2020 | By |

While most people who may develop COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) will have only mild to moderate symptoms, some people may need to see a health care provider or be hospitalized. The focus by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and all of us, is on slowing down the spread of COVID-19 and ensuring people can receive the care they need.

19 Mar

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Epilepsy Foundation TV Spots Promote Seizure First Aid

March 19, 2019 | By |

#ShareMySeizure Initiative Focuses on Public Recognition of, and Response to, Seizures and Epilepsy

The Epilepsy Foundation premiered a series of new Seizure First Aid public service announcements (PSAs) in partnership with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The basketball-themed spots will air on CBS Philadelphia and Chicago affiliates and on the CW Atlanta affiliate leading up to, and during, the NCAA “March Madness” basketball tournament. The PSAs are part of the Epilepsy Foundation’s #ShareMySeizure education initiative designed to help improve the general public’s awareness about seizure recognition and first aid.