Saturday, December 6, 2014

Interview with a Seven Year Old Asthma & Epilepsy Advocate & Chance to Win $10 iTunes Gift Card

My So Called Homeschool Life is running a $10 iTunes gift card giveaway while showcasing our little dynamo asthma and epilepsy advocate, Danielle!  Take a peek and read about how this little seven year old got started in wanting to serve and maybe even win a stocking stuffer!

Thank you for interviewing and raising awareness for asthma!

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & Asthma Too Sisters Deliver to Child with #Epilepsy and/or #Asthma

The girls sent this package as well to this little beauty!

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & Asthma Too is a way for two sisters to deliver smiles to other children that have their same diagnosis.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Big Thanks to and Johnsonville for Grant

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & Asthma Too are excited to announce we were able to win a grant for almost $500!  We would like to thank our supporters for making this happen and wanted to thank and Johnsonville!

To learn more about how your non-profit or group can participate, visit!

Siblings Deliver to Another Child with Epilepsy and/or Asthma for Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & Asthma Too

Girls Deliver Build-A-Bear Bears and Backpacks to the Augusta, Georgia Ronald McDonald House

The girls took some time while waiting for the nephew to be born and delivered to the Augusta Augusta Ronald McDonald House with their niece who also has epilepsy. They delivered 20 Disney Princess mini backpacks, 20 Marvel Comics mini backpacks and 20 Build-A-Bear Workshop little bears they donated.

#epilepsy #asthma #ronaldmcdonaldhouse

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & Asthma Too Sends Little Boy with Epilepsy and His Family to Epilepsy Awareness Day at Disney

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & Asthma Too were happy to provide four one-day tickets to a child with epilepsy and his family to attend the Epilepsy Awareness Day at Disneyland Resort 2014 this year! 

He had a great time from what we hear!

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & Asthma Too Sisters Deliver to Little Girl with Epilepsy

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Raise Epilepsy Awareness with Bravelet Bracelets and Support @Angels4Epilepsy, Inc.

Bravelets has new bracelets for a limited time with $10 going back to Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. to deliver more stuffed animals to children with epilepsy and/or asthma.  Check them out today and help us out while raising epilepsy awareness by wearing a bracelet!

Check out our other epilepsy awareness products:

Epilepsy Awareness Month - November

Epilepsy Support Products to Support Angels4Epilepsy

To purchase an epilepsy awareness shirt "for my daughter", click on the link.  To purchase one "for my son," click this link.  You can change colors and styles of shirts as well.  Other products are shown below and please note that any profits will benefit Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. a 501(c)(3).  Please keep in mind when ordering, you can change the style of the shirt, change for gender, change size and more which can raise or lower the price.  The  profit range was set low in order to make them more affordable.  If you have a special request, send us an e-mail at

Prices aren't listed on this post because Zazzle allows customization so the prices will vary.  Once you click a link, it will take you to Zazzle.  The lowest priced t-shirt for women is white and is $19.85 for example.

These are just some of the products as there are more on the site.

Use code RESOLUTION14 for 30% off.

Click on the picture to be taken to the store:

More to come!

Want a custom order, send an e-mail to

Friday, October 17, 2014

Few Neurologists Discuss Death Risk With Epileptic Patients

SUDEP (Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy) is a very real tragedy that happens to people with epilepsy. It's very sad to read story after story about SUDEP and it's one that our neurologists don't mention at all or not enough. I suppose they don't want to worry the parents or the patient but for me, I'd rather know what risk I face than to be in the dark. According to a new article, it's not discussed because the risk is low and there are no known prevention techniques.

Here are some of the key points from the article:

David J. Thurman, MD, adjunct professor of neurology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and colleagues used pooled data from three level 2 studies (reasonably good sensitivity of case ascertainment, reasonably high positive predictive value, and relatively low risk of bias) to calculate a crude rate of 0.81 cases of SUDEP annually per 100,000 in the general population.

Assuming an overall epilepsy prevalence of 7.1 per 100,000 (from a separate 2007 systematic review of epilepsy occurrence in high-income countries), they estimated a crude annual incidence of 1.16 SUDEP cases per 1000 people with epilepsy.

According to Dr Thurman's paper, reported cases of SUDEP were highest in the third and fourth decades of life, with rates declining markedly in the sixth decade. Few cases were reported in the first decade of life.

Using population statistics, Dr Thurman estimated that in 2013, SUDEP resulted in 2750 deaths in the United States and 3994 deaths in the 28 nations of the European Union. These numbers, said the authors, are far smaller than deaths reported for Alzheimer's disease, stroke, and even Parkinson's disease.

To read more, click here on risks of SUDEP.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc. & #Asthma Too Participated at the Indiana #Epilepsy Awareness Day Second Year in a Row

Our wonderful volunteer, Stacey Burns, presented information about Angels4Epilepsy, Inc for the second year in a row at the Epilepsy Awareness Day in Indianapolis. A BIG thanks to Stacey!