Grace will make you smile and laugh when you meet her. She is such a gem, and quite a good whistler, too.
Carissa’s mom, Patti, has been an advocate for her daughter from the start, and has recently gotten involved with Lily’s Fund. She was thrilled when her employer, Dean Health, became a sponsor of Lily’s Luau.
Her classmates know firsthand what its like to have an EEG – Anna taught them.
Her dream is to work at UW Hospital. We have no doubt she will accomplish all that and more!
Barb Job Packham
It has been 30 years since her last seizure but Barb believes she will be on medication for the rest of her life. “I’m through keeping it quiet and I will do whatever I can to get the word out.”
Kaelan is known at the luau for his “can do” attitude on helping out.
The toughest thing about having epilepsy, says Morgan, is having a social life with the thought of a seizure constantly on his mind. His solution? He thinks to himself, “So what? Could be you.”
Morgan’s tonic clonic seizures started when he was young, but it took many years for the right diagnosis to be made, and the right medicine to work.
“Right now I’m seizure free due to the third trial of medication, and thanks to my guardian angel Grandma Doots.”
“Bring it on.”