MY MISSION

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The purpose of this program is to help individuals with epilepsy to connect and fight; to ensure not another moment is lost to seizures. To offer educate about seizure recognition, seizure first aid and increase understanding about epilepsy in general. To help combat the isolation often associated with epilepsy and to encourage individuals and families to start opening their windows to the world without feeling vulnerable.

To establish a principle that epilepsy creates unity and builds strong bonds. We need to educate people what to do and what not to do when someone is having a seizure, to encourage concerned authorities to take action to improve the lives of people with epilepsy and to provide communities, schools and workplaces with sessions, courses, seminars and presentations to educate on the basics of epilepsy.

Few people are actually willing to step up and talk about epilepsy. My mission is to spread awareness and be an advocate for those who do not have a voice or are afraid to speak out.

Kasam Parkar • Founder

ADVOCACY FOR EPILEPSY

My name is Kasam Parkar and I am a 49-year-old living with Epilepsy. I suffered my first seizure at the age of 23 and went undiagnosed in hospital for nearly 2 weeks. Normal life now consists of hospital visits, ambulance rides, recovery from injuries – broken nose, fractured shoulder, cuts forehead, loss of memory for over 5 years.

I have also felt distanced from the life I formerly enjoyed. After many years, new hospitals, new doctors, new medications, altering life habits and an overwhelming amount of support from my family and close friends, my seizures are currently controlled by medication, my seizures can be erratic and occasions I have suffer clusters which exhorts me for the rest of the day.

I feel the need for advocacy for Epilepsy. Many people are unaware of Epilepsy and how many people it effects. Additionally, because of the stigma so often attached to it, many people living with Epilepsy try there hardest to hide their condition. Few people are actually willing to step up and talk about Epilepsy. My Mission is to spread awareness and be an advocate for those who do not have a voice or are afraid to speak out. We need to make the world aware of the impact Epilepsy has on so many and find a cure. Without a cure, there are far too many people who will never have relief from seizures.

ADVOCACY FOR EPILEPSY

My name is Kasam Parkar and I am a 49-year-old living with Epilepsy. I suffered my first seizure at the age of 23 and went undiagnosed in hospital for nearly 2 weeks. Normal life now consists of hospital visits, ambulance rides, recovery from injuries – broken nose, fractured shoulder, cuts forehead, loss of memory for over 5 years.

I have also felt distanced from the life I formerly enjoyed. After many years, new hospitals, new doctors, new medications, altering life habits and an overwhelming amount of support from my family and close friends, my seizures are currently controlled by medication, my seizures can be erratic and occasions I have suffer clusters which exhorts me for the rest of the day.

I feel the need for advocacy for Epilepsy. Many people are unaware of Epilepsy and how many people it effects. Additionally, because of the stigma so often attached to it, many people living with Epilepsy try there hardest to hide their condition. Few people are actually willing to step up and talk about Epilepsy. My Mission is to spread awareness and be an advocate for those who do not have a voice or are afraid to speak out. We need to make the world aware of the impact Epilepsy has on so many and find a cure. Without a cure, there are far too many people who will never have relief from seizures.

MY PROMISE

HELP CHANGE LIVES TODAY

Few people are actually willing to step up and talk about Epilepsy. We need to make the world aware of the impact Epilepsy has on so many and find a cure. Without a cure, there are far too many people who will never have relief from seizures.

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