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Posted by Michael on July 09, 2000 at 16:19:30:

In Reply to: seizures and independent living posted by dawn on December 28, 1999 at 11:51:27:

: My brother has seizures on average of one a week. He is 46 and currently living with our aging mother. The family wants to help him locate a new residence. How likely is it that he could live independently? He is a smoker as well. The family is afraid for him to live independently in case he has a seizure while smoking or cooking. Experience and wisdom most greatly appreciated!


In response to your inquiry I suggest that a service dog maybe useful, for that was the avenue
I had taken when my mother was killed in an accident and since then I was forced to live alone. To learn more about svc dogs contact me or
http://geocities.com/armydogswork4u (click on "Read our newsletter" and you can find an article about my seizure response dog & me).
Take care of yourself and your brother.
Michael


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