Orthotics and Shoe Inserts for Children with Intractable Epilepsy Families of children in early intervention programs and those who participate in physical therapy centers often have questions about the use of shoe inserts known as orthotics for their children. Although orthotics are mentioned in many books available to families and professionals, there are few magazine […]
It is important to start early intervention services and have regular developmental development checkups when epilepsy. Below you will find a listing of websites arranged by state that provide early intervention services, for epilepsy patients, within the United States.
Alternative therapies in treating epilepsy Yatin Patel Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate Wingate University School of Pharmacy Michelle Welborn, PharmD Preceptor Intractable Childhood Epilepsy Alliance www.epilepsytreatmentdrugs.com
To all ICE advocates: This letter was written by a parent of a child with Dravet syndrome who appealed to the Ohio state Medicaid department for nursing services to care for her child. Each state has a different policy and plan for developmentally disabled children and their care, dependent on level of need. Please look […]
ICE Epilepsy Alliance is a member of the American Epilepsy Society’s Vision 20/20 Task Force, a group of advocacy groups committed to improve the lives of patients with epilepsy. At the request of the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, the National Institutes of Health, and […]