We didn't know, someone said.
Our organization won the grant and Women in Film produced this amazing and very intense public service announcement. There are four of them -- three depict a different type seizure and the long one is a sort of summary of the campaign to END EPILEPSY. I hope you've seen it on national television, but if you haven't, here you go (and watch the other three on YouTube):
Do me a favor, and pass it on.
I like it. It presents a lot of message in a very short time.ReplyDelete
Great clip. I did not know that it could strike at any age. Very informative. My question is what do you do if someone is having a seizure?ReplyDelete
Really well done!ReplyDelete
That's a terrific and evocative clip, Elizabeth. Thanks. I hope it helps.ReplyDelete
They're all VERY well done.ReplyDelete
Awesome. I hadn't seen them, thanks for pointing the way.ReplyDelete
PS I saw Sophie's picture in one of the commercials. Yea Sophie!ReplyDelete
PPS I posted the video on my Facebook page too, hope everyone I know takes a look.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing these videos! I hope everyone shares these with their friends and family to show support of the fight against epilepsy!ReplyDelete
Wow, powerful stuff, I'll be sharing. xoReplyDelete
Oh and @ Birdie, my local Epilepsy foundation has this poster for tonic clonic seizures... http://www.epilepsyqueensland.com.au/site/content/downloadable-first-aid-guideReplyDelete
Elizabeth, Would like to post this on my blog..with credit to you of course! OK with you?ReplyDelete
Lisa -- Absolutely! Thank you!ReplyDelete