Epilepsy Florida's Statewide Virtual Triathlon 2020 - Jacksonville

Kylie-Potamus

 

As many of you know, our daughter Kylie lives with epilepsy. She had her first seizure when she was only 8 months old. Over the past 5 years, we've learned a lot about epilepsy, but continue to experience the roller coast that it is daily. Unfortunately, there is no cure. And while we know the cause for her, many living with epilepsy will never know. 

 

Please join us as we Walk the Talk for Epilepsy on Saturday, May 2nd. If you can't join our team, please consider making a donation to Epilepsy Florida on behalf of our superstar Kylie, and our team Kylie-potamus. 

 

1 in 26 people in the US will develop epilepsy at some point in their lifetime and 1 in 10 will have a seizure. The Epilepsy Florida is dedicated to meeting the needs of the more than 400,000 Floridians living with epilepsy and seizures across the state. Please help EF continue providing these programs and services. The walk raises money to provide important services to individuals living with epilepsy and seizures such as educational training, clinic services, counseling programs and advocates for them at the local, county and state level. 

 

XOXO 

 

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As many of you know, our daughter Kylie lives with epilepsy. She had her first seizure when she was only 8 months old. Over the past 4 years, we've learned a lot about epilepsy, but continue to experience the roller coast that it is daily. Unfortunately, there is no cure. And while we know the cause for her, many living with epilepsy will never know.

Please join us as we Walk the Talk for Epilepsy on Saturday, May 11th. If you can't join our team, please consider making a donation to Epilepsy Florida on behalf of our superstar Kylie, and our team Kylie-potamus.

1 in 26 people in the US will develop epilepsy at some point in their lifetime and 1 in 10 will have a seizure. The Epilepsy Florida is dedicated to meeting the needs of the more than 400,000 Floridians living with epilepsy and seizures across the state. Please help EF continue providing these programs and services. The walk raises money to provide important services to individuals living with epilepsy and seizures such as educational training, clinic services, counseling programs and advocates for them at the local, county and state level.

XOXO

 

 

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