Due to coronavirus concerns, we have postponed our upcoming face-to-face encounters with the people we serve to help stop the spread of the virus. This includes support groups face to face counseling services, bowling event in Dayton and spring weekend camp. Clients can still call our office and leave a message and one of the staff will return their calls promptly. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this difficult time.
Providing unique, person-centered services that help you overcome the challenges of living with seizures. From our support groups to art therapy, individual counseling, school support, community education, camps, group homes and much more; we are here to help! Please call our office at 877-804-2241 to talk about our local programs and services.
Local Rider Does Not Let Epilepsy Stand In Her Way!
We would like to highlight Channing, a young woman who is living a rich and full life despite her diagnosis of epilepsy. She does not allow epilepsy to stand in her way of pursuing her dreams and interests. Read the articles below and watch the video to see how Channing safely pursues her love of horseback riding. We hope this motivates you to follow your dreams and passions!
Thanks Channing for inspiring all of us!Letter to My Rookie Self 3 Tips for Horse Riding With Epilepsy