Alternatives to Ketogenic Diet: What Foods Help Epilepsy?

Although a ketogenic diet can help improve epilepsy in your children, some parents may not want to alter their lifestyle in such a profound way. Various foods can be enjoyed that reduce these episodes without having to develop a strict method of eating. Perhaps your child is visiting a location where a ketogenic meal is […]

Family Emergency Plans – Accommodating Members with Special Needs

Family disaster planning might not seem like a huge deal, but if a member of your family has special needs then you could be looking at a whole other set of circumstances. Individuals requiring special attention have many of the same basic needs as you or me, but different stages of a disaster could prove […]

The Unseen Effects Of Doctor’s Censorship on Patients (Video)

Doctor’s have a huge amount of power over the degree of information they choose to give parents. Some may argue that they can only give what is appropriate and to overload a parent with information causes more harm than good. Unfortunately what the doctors don’t see it the effect this censorship has on families, especially […]

Amber Alert GPS Provides Parents with Peace of Mind

Has your heart ever sunk when you turned around for a moment in the supermarket and your child was gone? This has happened to me countless times even though I diligently watch my child. And while the situation is always that my child has wandered around the corner to look at something, the thought always […]

3 Ways to Handle the Most Important Holiday Preparations for Allergy Sufferers

It’s beginning to look a lot like—time to get ready for the holidays. They’re coming fast, and I am feeling the pinch. It’s not like I wait until the last minute each year to prepare for those massive influxes of friends and family, but my house always seems to be uncooperative in the process. Along […]

November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month

National Epilepsy Awareness Month is sponsored by the Epilepsy Foundation, a national advocacy group dedicated to informing the public of the condition. College students are trying to raise awareness of epilepsy and uncover the myths surrounding it. “Epilepsy is a disorder of inappropriate firing of neurons in the brain. While a seizure can happen in […]

A Parents Guide for Epilepsy

As a parent of an epileptic child, it is necessary that you understand this disorder, its causes, and various treatment options available to you. Given below is a compilation of the most frequently asked questions regarding epilepsy in young children? What is epilepsy? Epilepsy or seizure disorder is a neurological disorder affecting the nervous system. […]

Tips for Your ADHD Child’s Teacher

Teaching students with ADHD becomes easier once certain systems are in place. Here are ideas to help create the system that works best for the teacher, student with ADHD and the rest of the class. Planning your Day 1. Avoid Activities that Require the Class to Sit for Long Periods of Time Many children with […]

Wii Helps Doctors Learn More About Seizures

Guest Post: Epileptic seizures are one of the hardest things for doctors to treat. A reason for this is that in order to treat seizures, you have to record them. Typically, someone suffering from seizures has to sit around, completely still, for hours hoping that a seizure will occur. This makes it especially hard on […]

Everyday Health TV – Show airing October 22/11 on Seizure Dogs

Hi everyone, There is a great program coming up you should all watch. Everyday Health has a new TV series that profiles ordinary people who overcome extraordinary obstacles and who are helping others lead healthier,happier lives.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download See how these four-legged helpers can impact the lives of epilepsy patients, […]