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Epilepsy Advocate Radio is one of the many resources offered by Epilepsy Advocate—a community of people and their families living with epilepsy. Epilepsy Advocate Radio provides inspirational stories and commentary from people living with epilepsy in a series of individual interviews, led by Epilepsy Advocate Chris Maxwell. The second season of Epilepsy Advocate Radio will focus on an important theme, “OK is Not Good Enough!” meaning that people living with epilepsy should feel like they are ...
 
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"Community" writer Megan Ganz tells Alex about getting hired to "The Onion" at an early age and learning how to function in two of the world's smartest writers' rooms. She really gets going when the subject turns to her Catholic education and the Trayvon Martin shooting. Next week in part 2, look forward to even more talk about "Community." Also th…
 
Alyssa K. recently graduated from community college and is now attending a four year university. In high school, Alyssa was experiencing seizures and was not ready to move away from home to attend college. Alyssa decided that her situation was definitely not good enough. So by working with her doctor, she found different medical options that helped…
 
Chris M. interviews Dr. Cantrell, an epileptologist at the North Texas Neuroscience Center in Dallas. Dr. Cantrell shares encouragement on how you can become an empowered patient to get the most out of your medical care and achieve life goals beyond seizure management. Dr. Cantrell also offers guidance on working with your doctor to achieve seizure…
 
LaKeisha P. has overcome some major obstacles. As a young woman, LaKeisha got into a serious car accident and learned she had epilepsy. She couldn’t work because of her injuries, and as a result lost her house. After recovering, LaKeisha is now committed to getting her education and today, this mother of three is about to complete her degree in Chr…
 
Epilepsy Advocate Radio host Chris M. interviews Tib Holland, Director of Development at Canine Assistants, a non-profit that provides seizure-response dogs to deserving people living with epilepsy to help them live independently. Seizure-response dogs are specially trained to perform tasks that help people living with epilepsy, like remaining next…
 
At 40 years old, Epilepsy Advocate Marla H. was already experiencing multiple life challenges. She was unhappy with her marriage and contemplating divorce, raising three teenagers and pursuing her undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary studies. As if that wasn’t enough, she also experienced her first seizure. The resulting epilepsy diagnosis pos…
 
Epilepsy Advocate Rick S. was diagnosed with epilepsy during his first year of college – a time when most young people are beginning to assert their independence. Instead, Rick struggled with how to cope with an epilepsy diagnosis and resulting depression. Rick now has his seizures under control, managed his depression and regained his independence…
 
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