As a big brother, Frederik can cope with Ine’s epilepsy. He is very responsible and caring. If the family goes on a trip, he is the one who asks: "Mom, did you not forget Ines pills?" - "As if that’s the concern of a thirteen-year-old" - sighs his mother, Karen.
"Last week, same story", Danielle begins. In Sara’s diary, a note from her teacher: "Sara seems tired lately. Moreover, Sara hit the same cupboard several times this week. On Tuesday, during math, it took her a lot of effort to keep up with the group.”
Lieve, Sofie’s mother, is a speech therapist. In her practice, she’s sometimes confronted with epilepsy. She’s familiar with the symptoms. Hence, when Sofie, as a two year old, cut herself out more and more, Lieve suspected something was wrong.
Epihunter Classroom? But can we also use it at home?
Definitely! Epihunter offering the teacher a better insight in the attention and learning quality of the child is convincing. With an extra parent-app, absence seizures also become detectable at home.
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On February 12th, International Epilepsy Day, Epihunter received a lot of media attention, not only on our product launch but also on the kickoff of our Indiegogo campaign. In this blogpost we will provide some background information on the latter. Still any questions unanswered after this email? Feel free to contact us!
The second Monday of February is known as International Epilepsy Day. On this special day, we have a lot of news to share with you!
With this question on March 15th 2015 during our bedtime-ritual with my son, my life took a new direction. Private and professional became one. Suddenly all that had foregone seemed only a preparation for this moment. But our story actually started 6 years earlier and I want to share a bit of that story here.