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Being a carer and parent to a child can have a huge impact on your health.
by Ann Hickman on 25th April, 2018
Do you ever find it tough to choosing the right physical activities for your child…
by Rebecca Toal on 23rd April, 2018
My biggest goal for Zachariah, aside from being healthy, has got to be inclusion…
by Rochelle Followes on 17th April, 2018
Epilepsy and Autism
by Mark Arnold on 26th March, 2018
“Purple Day” may sound like a silly title given to March 26, but for…
by Jodi Shenal on 22nd March, 2018
I was supposed to be on a flight this morning to America.
by Rebecca Toal on 28th February, 2018
When you think of Valentine’s Day, I suspect you think of cards, flowers, hearts…
by Emma Murphy on 14th February, 2018
The inevitable has happened and Sam has come down with the Dreaded Lurgy.
by Carolyn Voisey on 1st February, 2018
I believe the appropriate word is ugg.
by Carolyn Voisey on 13th December, 2017
1. Not all seizures are the same Prior to my son’s epilepsy diagnosis, I’d…
by Emma Murphy on 12th December, 2017
I have a nasty feeling that winter chez Voisey isn’t going to be nice…
by Carolyn Voisey on 5th December, 2017
It seems these days that every month has at least 3 different good causes vying for…
by Carolyn Voisey on 29th November, 2017
Before having Zachariah I’ll admit I had very little knowledge of the evil…
by Rochelle Followes on 22nd November, 2017
Being a mother to a child with multiple disabilities, I find one of the scariest…
by Jodi Shenal on 16th November, 2017
This month is Epilepsy awareness month so I’m sharing 5 facts about this disorder…
by Laura Moore on 9th November, 2017
It was an innocent enough question, asked by a little boy who I am incredibly fond…
by Carolyn Voisey on 3rd November, 2017
Sebastian has been riding a bus to school for the past three years. He commutes to…
by Kara Melissa on 21st September, 2017
SUMMER…A season of sunshine, relaxation and family outings.
by Jodi Shenal on 11th August, 2017
My heart aches today. Not for any particular reason, it just does.
by Carolyn Voisey on 27th July, 2017
Never sure how to start posts like this one, it always seems so trite.
by Carolyn Voisey on 9th June, 2017
Being punched in the nose, having your cheeks wiped with saliva hands and all the…
by Rochelle Followes on 10th May, 2017
One thing that I have never had to worry about when it comes to Zachariah’s…
by Rochelle Followes on 9th May, 2017
Over a year ago my Brother and his Fiancé gave Zachariah the lovely task of…
by Rochelle Followes on 27th April, 2017
Epilepsy is a condition estimated to affect more than 500,000 people in the UK, including…
by Laura Rutherford on 12th April, 2017
I was recently approached by someone who told me they were praying for Zachariah,…
by Rochelle Followes on 31st March, 2017
Let me just start here by saying seizures SUCK.
by Emmy Heaton on 24th March, 2017
Epilepsy doesn’t care that you have planned a lovely day out. Epilepsy doesn’t…
by Rochelle Followes on 15th March, 2017
There are some days when the tiredness still pulls me up short.
by Carolyn Voisey on 13th March, 2017
Do you think that St. Valentine’s Day is just one of an increasing number of…
by The Odd Sock Diary on 13th February, 2017
What you may not know about epilespy
by Faith, Hope and Love on 10th February, 2017
My 18 year old daughter, Bethany has quite a few special needs, all stemming from…
by Faith, Hope and Love on 23rd January, 2017
Sebastian has epilepsy due to the damage caused to his brain at birth.
by Kara Melissa on 13th January, 2017