Epilepsy Awareness #purpleforlola

On March 26th, we participated in an epilepsy awareness effort called Purple Day. Purple Day began in 2008 when a girl named Cassidy Megan had an idea to wear purple in an effort to raise awareness about epilepsy. Megan had struggled with epilepsy herself which is why she wanted to educate people about epilepsy, she hoped to debunk epilepsy myths and she simply wanted to start a conversation about epilepsy. It started out as a grassroots movement, but quickly turned into an international day of epilepsy recognition. Since epilepsy affects Lola’s life, we wanted to participate and we were blown away by the overwhelming amount of support we received! Friends, family and strangers from all over the country (and in Costa Rica!) wore their purple to help spread...
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