Ron Hurtibise, Sun Sentinel – September 16, 2016 South Florida no longer had the nation’s highest rate of people without health insurance in 2015, as it did before Obamacare became mandatory in 2014, but the metro area’s uninsured rate
Business Radio X – Lets Talk Community, August 17, 2016 Check out Pensacola’s Epilepsy Resource Center, Claire Pretcher talking all things Epilepsy on Business Radio X!
By Beth Cravey- August 10, 2016 – Jacksonville.com Jacksonville gaming groups will come together this weekend to host the “Pixelated” video gaming tournament to help raise public awareness and funds for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida
News 4 Jax – August 8, 2016 http://www.news4jax.com/river-city-live/pixellated-games-for-epliepsy
WUWF 88.1 – NPR for Florida’s Great Northwest, July 25, 2016 The Epilepsy Resource Center, based in Pensacola, is expanding its services to residents in the western Panhandle of Florida. One in 26 people will be diagnosed with epilepsy at som
Epilepsy Foundation of Florida discussing all things epilepsy on The Buzz, featuring Jacksonville Community Resource Specialist David Grissett
Tallahassee Teen Magazine, June 2016 Strides for Seizures, Strides for Friendship Featuring Molly McCann, daughter of Board Member, Stephanie McCann Click Here to Read the Full Tallahassee Teen Article
Congratulations to Healthcare Navigator, Blanca Mesa, for being selected the Miami New Times Best Citizen of the Year! Miami New Times, June 15, 2016 As the seas inexorably rise and greenhouse gases cook our atmosphere like a microwave left on high, the
Congratulations to 2016 Miami Clayton Feig Youth Award Winner Justin Millares for being awarded the Ford Salute to Education Scholarship – Keep up the good work! Watch the announcement clip below: (Password -cbs) https://vimeo.com/166559596
EFOF Staff Members Mary Gomez and Marisol Valdes represent the Foundation on CNN Espanol!
By Kristi Krueger – Local News 10 June 07, 2016 HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Spider-man was a lucky guy – one bite from an eight-legged creature gave him superpowers. When a brown spider bit Krystle Thrasher, 29, it caused five years of debilitating
By Marina I. Jokic – Florida State Homes One of the most important services provided by EFOF is individualized case management or tailored health plans for patients and their families. Those affected by epilepsy also have the choice to join a suppo
April 8, 2016 – Hands on Jacksonville Blog By: Shelby Durden Jeff and Dawn Sedlitz are a very special couple who have dedicated their time and talents to raising money and awareness for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida. Their grandson, Steven, of
April 17, 2016 – Naples Daily News By: Ashley Collins On Sunday, the footsteps of people affected in some way by epilepsy resounded loudly in North Collier Regional Park during the sixth annual Walk the Talk for Epilepsy hosted by the Epilepsy Found