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Evan Moss is a 7-year-old boy who has Tuberous Sclerosis and Epilepsy. He began having seizures in his first month of life and by the time he was 4 years old, he was having 300-400 seizures a month. At this young age he underwent brain surgery to control his Epilepsy and he left the hospital seizure-free. He had freedom from seizures for almost 2 years and is now experiencing them again, although less frequently. Evan has 3-4 seizures a month, but because they last several minutes, medical intervention is always necessary to stop his seizures. Evan and his family are very excited about having a seizure dog and believe this new member of the family will keep Evan safe by making sure his parents know when he is having a seizure as well as provide greater independence for Evan.
This is a wonderful book if you have a child with Epilepsy in your life. It was great for taking to his first grade class and having the teacher and my son read it to the class,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Meg Coldwells
This is a simple story. It's incredibly powerful if you or your loved one have ever had a seizure. It is written by a young person whose life is put on hold because he has out of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by S OBrien
This adorable book was a great opportunity to promote seizure dogs at the Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana's annual gala
So sweet I told everyone about this book, young and old, completely adorable. Everyone should buy this book and spread the love and support.Published on July 10, 2013 by Randi S
Very good book, I passed to 3 friends and they had their kids read it. I then gave it to a friend for her grandson that has
seizure's.. Read more
I consider it a donation to a good cause, not much of a book. Sales of the book have helped more children than the author which is a good thing.Published on February 9, 2013 by Janet Siebert
FEEL GOOD ABOUT HELPING THE CHILDREN..... This is why I purchased this book..... It is good to MAKE A DIFFERENCE when ONE STEPS away from OUR NEEDS FOR THAT OF OTHERS............. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by vincent f pena jr
THERE ARE TWO GENES RESPONSIBLE FOR TS...MY SON WHO IN NOW 50 IS LUCKY NOT TO HAVE THE GENE THAT HAS CONVULSIONS . Read morePublished on January 20, 2013 by 665512
my seizure dog .
is a great book the little boy earned his keep the story behind the book is even better