Learning the facts about Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) may help others to better understand your loved one's condition.
Hear Natalie and Darla, both mothers to children with LGS, talk about what an LGS specialist is and why they feel it's important to see one.
Hear from a pediatric neurologist about how the seizures associated with LGS may change over time.
Healthcare appointments may be opportunities to connect and gain insights, so being prepared is worth the effort.
The first step in forming a collaborative relationship with your healthcare team is finding the right people to collaborate with.
As your child with LGS transitions to adulthood, there are practical considerations to help your family be prepared.
Trust is at the top of the list of qualities caregivers say they look for in a healthcare team. Find out what else matters.
Knowing how to handle a seizure is a must for caregivers of those living with LGS. It starts with understanding the basics.
Learning the facts about LGS may help others better understand your loved one's condition.
LGS often looks different in children and adults. Knowing how the condition changes over time may help adults get a diagnosis.