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Managing Your Epilepsy & Tracking Your Seizures

On our series to EMPOWER Women and Girls Living with Epilepsy, today we hear from Robert Moss, Co-Founder of SeizureTracker.com on: Managing your Epilepsy & Tracking your Seizures 

 

Robert Moss knows first hand how it feels to have a child with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex and Epilepsy.  It was the helplessness he felt in his own situation that inspired him to create Seizure Tracker. He watched his son, Evan, have countless seizures and knew there had to be a more effective way to monitor the seizure activity and medications than writing them down on paper.  Putting his commercial photography business aside and teaching himself to be a website developer, he began the career shift that would ultimately provide SeizureTracker.com to a global community. Seizure Tracker is a free resource with over 30,000 people using the site in as faraway places as Sweden, Japan, Qatar and India.  Robert is dedicated to empowering people living with epilepsy and giving back to the community he is also very much a part of. 

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