Hit the links at beautiful Lyman Orchards Golf Club to support people with epilepsy!
Jacqueline H. Maddy MSN RN Nursing Supervisor
Monica - On behalf of all the New Britain School Nurses I want to thank you for coming to speak to us yesterday. We found your program to be informative and engaging. Personally I wanted to let you know that multiple nurses reached out to me today to tell me how much they enjoyed the program and how valuable they found the information. They were especially pleased that the information provided was...
Grace - School Nurse Supervisor
Thank you for a wonderful inservice program today. The Norwalk school nurses could not speak more highly of your presentation. We all learned so much about the different types of seizures, treatment modalities, and implications for care in the school setting. It was a very valuable workshop.
"Thank you again for last night. Everyone was very glad they came and feel so much better about things now. There were many compliments given about you and your presentation....the foundation is very lucky to have you. Thank you!
Harriett, School Nurse
I just wanted to say Thank You for taking the time to come to my school and present on seizure disorders. It was helpful and I really appreciated your time.
Your continued support has made all the difference in my life...Thank you.
Head of School
Dear Allison - Thank you so very much for coming to our school to discuss epilepsy and speaking specifically about how we may support our new student. You were incredibly helpful and informative. Thanks for all you do!
AI Prince Technical High School LPN Program Student
I take care of 3 clients who all have a different type of seizure and I am now well informed to look for their different types of signs. I would love to have Allison back again! Thank you!
Stacey A. Torpey LPC, NCC Mitchell College
Thank you for providing a training for Mitchell/Thames Academy. Each time I see one of your presentations I learn something new, a sign of an excellent presenter! I hope this presentation is the start of many on campus. Here’s to a campaign on epilepsy awareness….removing the fear!