Please help us by spreading Epilepsy and Dravet Syndrome Awareness by wearing your purple proudly in Harlow’s honor!
Harlow had her first seizure at 3.5 months old and has been
living with intractable seizures ever since.
Now 4.5 years old, Harlow still lives with daily seizures
despite trying many seizure medicines and dietary regimens.
Harlow has a difficult to treat form of epilepsy
called Dravet Syndrome (or DS)
that comes with development delays among other conditions.
She cannot outgrow this and it affects every aspect of her daily life
just as it does for the 1 in 10 people that will have a seizure in their lifetime and the 1 in 26 who will develop Epilepsy.
A percentage of each sale will be donated to the Dravet Foundation or the Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota.
Together,we will rise above seizures!
Order deadline is Sunday August 28th
to receive in time for the EFMN’s Rise Above Seizures Walk on
Saturday September 24th!