NSDF Presents..Father, Caregiver, Advocate Glenn Fenster

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In observance of Fathers Day and the natioanl Epilepsy Stigma Awareness month of June, NSDF Presents Glenn Fenster - father, caregiver, and advocate.

Pour something delicious and refreshing to drink. Settle into your favorite chair. The next hour is yours - is ours- as we listen to the inspirations of Glenn Fenster; father,caregiver, and advocate.

Glenn Fenster began his mission of advocacy, cycling and running across America spreading information and facts about Epilepsy.seizure disorders, almost a dozen years ago after a moment of inspiration brought about while his son offered his reasons for continuing on with life after each seizure. Listen in as Glenn tells the rest of the story.

Glenn has a strong passion for all seizure survivors, especially children. We at National Seizure Disorders Foundation are honored to have him as a member. Listen as we share future plans  with Glenn. You will be inspired to be an active part helping millions. Let us know with comment  below when you are ready to help us help others.

Remember to pass this resource onto someone you know. Awareness begins with you and the simple ast of sharing. Be a part of the solution for millions and share this episode with your friends.


This show brought to you by National Seizure Disorders Foundation(http://NSDF.us/), BlogTalk Radio and Starbucks Coffee.

National Seizure Disorders Foundation is a charity focused on bringing order to seizure disorders. We provide extensive support and powerful resources online and offline empowering seizure survivors and caregivers while enlightening the minds of the unaffected public. Our efforts lead to a higher quality of life for all our members. Discover more about National Seizure Disorders Foundation in our website http://nsdf.us/

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