Pediatric Epilepsy Day, October 26th

Pediatric Epilepsy Day
October 26th

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Thanks to California Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry’s Resolution HR114, October 26 has been declared Pediatric Epilepsy Day!

This year 50,000 people will die from epilepsy. It is the most common brain disorder worldwide!

Unfortunately, when it hits the youngest people of our community it affects their brain in a way that inhibits their cognitive development, may lead to cortical blindness and ultimately death. This is why we must be urgent in creating solutions to bring children to the highest level of care and why we are asking for your generous financial support and effort to raise awareness.

Help us save little lives this Pediatric Epilepsy Day as we encourage pediatricians and parents to recognize the signs of Pediatric Epilepsy!

You can help by…

  • Spreading the word! Download our Social Media Toolkit for sample social media posts, banners, logos, and more.
  • Donating! We are a nonprofit organization running on donations from folks just like you.
  • Volunteering! Join our team as an outreach volunteer.

DONATE NOW

Pediatric Epilepsy Legislation

Mickie’s Miracles joined forces with the Infantile Spasms Action Network (iSAN), a collaboration of 26 national and international groups dedicated to stopping Infantile Spasms.

From LA to Chicago, Washington DC to Sacramento, our Visionary Founder and CEO Kristie Griess has been making connections with influential lawmakers. Most notably, Senator Pan, Senator Dodd, Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry and Rep. Michael McCaul to change the way America responds to a child with epilepsy.

This is an important step forward to educate lawmakers, doctors, and the public. We and are excited for future legislative action.

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THANK YOU!

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