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Jack Dau: Everyday Hero Gaining Media Attention

Jack Dau Paint the Pony Purple

Jack Dau of Sparta, NJ is gaining increasing media attention for educating youth about epilepsy through a comic book. Jack is featured as a super hero in the new “Medikidz Explain Epilepsy” comic book sponsored by Eisai. The goal of the

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FRN Adds Two Distinguished Members to Board of Directors

The Family Resource Network welcomed two new board members to its Board of Directors, Christian Pinsonault of Basking Ridge, NJ and Robert Stuono of Hamilton, NJ. Mr. Pinsonault acts as the Vice President of Market Access for Decision Resources Group,

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IEP Review Clinics and Transition Webinar Series Announced

Transition Webinar Series

FSCNJ is beginning to schedule its in-person and online trainings for 2014. As part of a transition-focused webinar series, FSCNJ is offering the following three webinars in the coming months. Each webinar link will take you to a page with more

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EFNJ Offers Scholarships to High School Seniors with Epilepsy

Epilepsy Scholarship Winner

The Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey is now accepting applications for our annual scholarship program for New Jersey high school seniors who have epilepsy. We anticipate offering at least three $1,000 scholarships this year. New Jersey high school seniors with

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FRN Hosts Annual Awards Ceremony

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FRN recognized its various statewide partners at its Annual Awards Dinner held on Wednesday, October 23rd at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel. Honorees were recognized for their dedicated support and contributions to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in

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Funding to Improve Diagnosis, Treatment and Services for Children and Youths with Epilepsy

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded the Epilepsy Foundation of NJ (EFNJ) a three year, $1.14 M million dollar grant to improve the diagnosis, treatment and access to services and

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