August 15, 2012
The Epilepsy Services Foundation has given me the opportunity to get involved with the community and help other individuals with seizure disorders - like myself - by allowing me to be a part Project Access. As a volunteer, I have witnessed first had the hard work board members put in to assure individuals with seizure disorders receive proper care, put together events that intend to educate others about epilepsy, fund raise, and most importantly provide a loving environment in which a person can feel welcomed and accepted for who they are. The foundation has also granted me a scholarship that will help me further my education in hopes that one day I will be able to create programs to improve the quality of life of persons with seizure disorders through the public health sector. The foundation deserves this award and much more!
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