Monday, February 10, 2014

Roses for Autism


From their recent newsletter Roses for Autism writes, 

Approximately 1/4 to 1/3 of individuals with autism also have some form of seizure disorder. Seizure types may range from grand mal seizures (loss of consciousness and uncontrolled muscle contraction/rigidity which last for several minutes) to absence seizures (brief losses of consciousness). Individuals with autism tend not to have their first seizure until age 10 or older. Seizures that co-occur with autism are treated with anti-convulsive medications just as they are for people who "just" have epilepsy. Rarely, seizure conditions such as Landau-Kleffner syndrome cause autistic-like presentations. Seizures have been described as "having a thunderstorm in your brain" and are the result of irregular neurolo- electrical activity.

Help support this great organazation and their mission by sending your true love Roses For Autism. 

Friendship, Romance, and Roses this Valentine's Day! Let us make gifting easy for you this year!Our local customers can take advantage of our express pick up, call 203-453-2186 to pre-order.Visit our online store and we will ship directly nationwide. Purchase by Feb 12th for arrival on Feb 13th just in time for a Valentine's morning surprise!