Due to safety concerns, we made the difficult decision to cancel the Walk to End Epilepsy at the Rose Bowl on the February 2, 2019. We were heartbroken at the decision, but we were soon overwhelmed to witness the incredible unity and resilience of our community participating in the ‘Virtual Walk to End Epilepsy’. Our Walk teams rallied to create their own mini events in their neighborhoods – gathering friends and family to walk, dance, run, bowl, jump, plunge into a poll, and more!
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VIRTUAL EPILEPSY RESOURCE VILLAGE
Inspired by your resolve to harness the spirit of the Walk to End Epilepsy virtually, we launched a ‘Virtual Epilepsy Resource Village’ to bring information you would have accessed at the Rose Bowl to you now online. The Village will highlight one sponsor, exhibitor, partner, or one of our programs each day and the information they would have shared with you onsite at the Rose Bowl. May the contributing resources highlighted in our ‘Virtual Resource Village’ help you and your loved one access resources and provide support in your personal fight to End Epilepsy.
DAY 1 of our ‘Virtual Epilepsy Resource Village’ began in February…view below to see today’s feature, click here to view previous features and join us on social media at @endepilepsygla to engage in the conversation!
Day 29: TASK – Team of Advocates for Special Kids
Team of Advocates for Special Kids (TASK) is a nonprofit charitable organization whose mission is to enable individuals with disabilities to reach their maximum potential by providing them, their families and the professionals who serve them with training, support, information, resources and referrals, and by providing community awareness programs.
Disclaimer: The information shared in our ‘Virtual Epilepsy Recourse Village’ is provided in response to the cancellation of the 2019 Walk to End Epilepsy. All information shared is provided by the exhibitors that would have disseminated information onsite at the event. The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles is not affiliated with any of the organizations and companies and does not officially endorse or support any entity over another. We encourage each individual to contact the company and organization directly for more information.