(November is also National Family Caregivers Month and Caregiving.com has some exciting events planned).
What Robert’s Sister will be doing in November is posting interviews of people who have Epilepsy or who have been affected by Epilepsy in some way.
(In case you’re wondering, October around here is “Getting Ready for November Epilepsy Awareness Month.” Oh and “Decorate Your House For Halloween Month.”)
|Halloween at Robert's Sister's House|
The stories people have to tell about Epilepsy include being terrified when a sibling has a seizure (as one woman recently shared with me) or trying to find that one combination of medications or surgeries or medical devices to stop seizures or how to cope when the seizures are not controlled.
These stories are critical in raising awareness.
Robert has told me more than once that his purpose is to help educate people about Epilepsy and I believe it’s my mission to help him.
November is going to be about raising awareness of the third most common neurological disorder.
November is going to be about sharing the stories of some of the close to three million people in the United States and 50 million worldwide living with Epilepsy.
November is going to be about sharing the stories of those who care for those with Epilepsy.
If you have Epilepsy or have been affected by Epilepsy in some way, I want to tell your story.
If you work with people who have Epilepsy, I’d love to hear your story too. Are you an advocate for those living with Epilepsy? Your story is very important too.
If you have a website of your own, you can include that in your bio. If you have a favorite organization you’d like to tell us about, you can do that in the interview too. If you want to post a picture of you and your loved one with Epilepsy, that can be arranged. Robert’s Sister is pretty flexible!
Please email me at email@example.com and I will send you a few questions about your experience.
I want to know your story.