It Takes a Village

Left to right, Blake, Vanessa, Denise, Summer and Ryan Foster By Denise Foster If you are reading this blog, I imagine we already have ... continue reading

Achieving My Goals

Cynthia Fabian By Cynthia Fabian “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” Nelson MandelaWhen you think of goals, the first thing you think of ... continue reading

A Path Towards Healing

By Dan Bailey Hello. My name is Dan, and I live in Oro Valley, Arizona. I have been asked to share something about my journey ... continue reading

Honored to call him our son

Brad McClaugherty By Vera McClaugherty Back around 2012, I shared with a colleague that my son had recently been diagnosed with epilepsy. Prior to ... continue reading

The Right Path

James and Lisa Wilmeth with son James and Duke By Lisa WilmethHi I’m Lisa! Nine years ago, at age 39, I was diagnosed with epilepsy. I ... continue reading

Ryan’s Prayer for a Cure

Ryan’s support system – Brother Spencer, Grandma Barbara, Mom Andrea, Ryan and Dad Jay by Andrea Johnston When I was asked to write this ... continue reading

A SAMi for Sam

The Hill Family: Mark, Diane, Reid, Sam and Madeleine This touching letter was sent by Mark Hill (Sam’s father) and Diane Hill (Sam’s grandmother), to thank JoshProvides for a ... continue reading

From helplessness to gratefulness

By Roz Kaye, great grandmother of Braden. Andria Bilan, CEO of JoshProvides, encouraged me to submit this blog for the JoshProvides website. She thought ... continue reading

Living with Epilepsy: A Medical Perspective

Dr. Virginia Thornley, M.D., Neurologist, EpileptologistEpilepsy is a condition involving the occurrence of two or more seizures. A seizure occurs when the electrical impulses ... continue reading

Chasing Away Epilepsy

By Melissa Signor On December 15, 2015 at about 5:30 am, our family’s lives were impacted forever. Chase had his first seizure. We didn’t ... continue reading