Workshop spreads epilepsy awareness
DeKALB – Melissa Read did not receive her driver’s license until she was 30 years old.
Read’s delay had nothing to do with her ability to drive, but the spontaneous seizures she experienced as an epileptic. Now 37 with a family, Read is an advocate for those who suffer from epilepsy.
“It’s what I have, not who I am,” Read said of epilepsy. “We’re normal people like everybody else.”
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