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Epilepsy Q&A with Dr. Alexa Craig

In honor of November as Epilepsy Awareness Month, join Pediatric Neurologist, Dr. Alexa Craig, from Maine Medical Center on Facebook Live as she discusses need-to-know questions about seizures, seizure risk, and seizure response.

Giving Tuesday Kick-Off

Join us as we kick-off our #GivingTuesday efforts over on Facebook to ensure no family faces HIE alone! Giving Tuesday Event Information

Infantile Spasms Awareness Week

HIE is the second leading cause of Infantile Spasms, a rare type of epilepsy that requires quick diagnosis and frontline treatments. The onset of Infantile Spasms is considered a medical emergency. We have developed comprehensive resources, in conjunction with the Infantile Spasms Action Network, to better educate our families, especially those in the first year of their HIE journey. Learn […]

Video Support Group: Newly Diagnosed Families

On Thursday, December 1st, join us for Hope for HIE's video support group for families NEW TO HIE . Led by Hope for HIE's licensed social worker, Vanessa, families will be engaged in a space of healing and hope, no matter where their journey may take them, connecting with others to build connections and support. These events will be hosted […]

Cell Therapies and Early Detection of Cerebral Palsy Q&A with Dr. Atul Malhotra

Join us LIVE as Dr. Atul Malhotra -- senior neonatologist at Monash Newborn, Monash Children's Hospital and research academic in the Department of Pediatrics at Monash University -- discusses research regarding the role of cell therapies in understanding and treating HIE, as well as various measures of early detection of Cerebral Palsy.


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