Artwork for therapy. #Epilepsy #Anxiety

Here are the latest pieces of my daughter's art work. Welcome to SEENYART! She has been drawing since she was in elementary school, and she is turning 21 in October. Time has flown. Her art has become more skilled and developed. I'm very proud of all she has overcome and battled in her young life.... Continue Reading →

Epilepsy the “invisible” disability.

My 20yr old daughter was just recently diagnosed as having a form of epilepsy called Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy. She has been unable to drive herself due to our state law and for safety precautions. However, we are approaching the time where she can become cleared by her neurologist to get behind the wheel again. But... Continue Reading →

Be the voice they don’t have.

Parenting in my world is similar to that of some, but also very different from most. Raising multiple children with very different special health care challenges is a challenge within itself. My world is very small and select. Meaning that I only feel comfortable and free when I'm within certain environments, with select people. I... Continue Reading →

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