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Maryland legislation aids school children who have seizures

January 24, 2021

Under legislation before the General Assembly, all Maryland teachers would need to take online seizure recognition coursework every year — provided by the Epilepsy Foundation of America. Brynleigh Shillinger’s seizures started when she was just 9 months old. And when she started Kindergarten, her mother began lobbying for a law that would mandate teachers are trained to help her daughter if she got into distress at school.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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