Emily Forcey via Crowdrise
October 24, 2012
BENEFITING: AL SIGL FOUNDATION
ORGANIZER: AL SIGL FOUNDATION
Emily was diagnosed at the age of 5 with epilepsy. What a scary thing to hear about your child. By the grace of God, we were lucky as Emily's seizures were mild in that she would just stare off for a few seconds. Others are not so lucky. Medications and dr's appointments, tubes and needles can be a daily part of child who suffers with epilepsy. When we found out about Camp EAGR, Emily was hesistant at first but once she arrived, she was hooked. She said to me, "Finally Mom, a place I can go where there are kids just like me and I can do all the stuff I can't normally do" It was a blessing to us all. Emily may some day out grow her epilepsy but we will never stop supporting the Epilspey Foundation. Will you help us?
Peace and God's Blessing to you! The Forcey's.
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The Epilepsy Foundation of Roch-Syr-Bing leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy. Their vision is to remove stigma, be first-in-mind for innovative programs, provide fast response and high quality services for people with epilepsy so they may reach their potential.
The Epilepsy Foundation reaches more than 10,000 people annually and they offer a range of advocacy, educational and response services for individuals with epilepsy and their families, as well as those who work with people with epilepsy in Western New York.
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