Our first S.T.I.R. (Socialize, Talk, Interact, Remember) luncheon will take place on Saturday, November 19, 11am-1pm at the Zucker Family Graduate Center located at 1240 Supply Street, North Charleston, SC.. Rich O’Brien, director of the Lowcountry Chapter of Stand Up and Play, will be our guest speaker! His story of life- threatening injuries, pain, seizures, depression and then triumph and helping others, will be a positive and inspirational way to close out Epilepsy Awareness Month. His book, “Half Paralyzed, Twice Strong” will be available for purchase after the close of our meeting.
Please rsvp no later than 11/14 to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat. This event is open to the first 50 people to rsvp.
Join us to learn more about this new
app that is helping epilepsy patients
with many aspects of their daily lives.
"Neureka® offers Al-powered wearables
to provide on-demand epilepsy care
from the comfort of home, 24/7.
Event starts at 7pm
South Carolina Advocates For Epilepsy and Epilepsy Alliance America are excited to be providing real help for people with epilepsy. Find out about our Seizure ID program and how you can get a $35 coupon to use at GetMyID.com. https://www.epilepsyallianceamerica.org/seizure-id-program/
With the right S.T.E.P.S. you can have stronger conversations with your healthcare provider and work together to reach your goals.
on behalf of patients, their families, and caregivers
people from all walks of life about epilepsy and seizure first-aid
patients, families, caregivers, students, and community members to make a difference for themselves and others who deal with epilepsy on a daily basis