As a teenager or young adult living with epilepsy, gaining independence in the real world can be pretty stressful and, well, terrifying. There are many issues you have to worry about that others your age wouldn’t give a second thought. Even though you’re living with seizures and epilepsy, there are a lot of challenges you may not have thought of that will come up as you build your future. But remember – You Are Not Alone!

Join us on June 28, 2016 at 8:00 PM EDT (7:00 PM Central) for a webinar for teens and young adults with seizures: Taking Control – The 12 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Seizures and Epilepsy.

teen and young adult webinar, teens living with epilepsyTeens and young adults with seizures face many challenges heading into the real world with epilepsy.   Issues specific to managing your epilepsy, the importance of wellness, and dealing with the challenges for future work and independent living are just a few critical areas.  Join our guest experts, James Wheless, MD and Wendy Miller RN, PhD on Tuesday, June 28th from 8:00 – 9:15 pm, EDT to learn about how to take charge of your health care and epilepsy!

There will be an opportunity to ask the experts questions during the webinar. or you can submit a question ahead of time by asking it in the comments section HERE. This is a great opportunity to have your questions answered and your concerns addressed from your own home!

Please use the following link to register for the webinar: https://www.pathlms.com/online-learning-events/webinars/1054

The Epilepsy Foundation of America and the Epilepsy Foundation – Iowa are proud to provide this webinar and so many other resources and services to help individuals and families living with epilepsy. There is help and support available whether you need seizure training at your school, you’re interested in attending a summer camp, or you just need someone to talk to who knows what you’re going through.

Please join us for the webinar and take control of YOUR future!

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