Epilepsy Blog Relay: Building supportive relationships within the special needs community

This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™, which will run from June 1 to June 30, 2018.  Follow along!

Jes’s Story
Jes began her blog, Wishes for Mercy, to share gratitude for all of the volunteers who made her daughter’s Make-A-Wish Trip come true. She now writes to inspire and advocate for families battling epilepsy and to build supportive relationships within the special needs community. Her blog also exists to promote epilepsy awareness and education.
An excerpt from Wishes for Mercy:
This blog post will touch on the tech that has helped in our fight against epilepsy the most routinely (daily). Without the past decade’s electronic innovations, we would be years behind in our daughter’s progress towards healing. Not taking into account medical equipment, our first technological assistance came in the form of internet access to the epilepsy community.


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Living Well With Epilepsy’s Epilepsy Blog Relay™ is an epilepsy awareness movement to designed to maximize collaboration and eliminate stigma.

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