During my increased time at home, I’ve been able to appreciate much more our natural Tassie environment, the changing sunlight angles and the beautiful colours of autumn – there is a silver lining to every cloud and I hope you are finding one too.
Another silver lining is the news I have received from the Royal Hobart Paediatrics Neurology Clinic – there are no extra wait times and they are completing as many appointments via telehealth as possible to reduce traffic through the hospital. People who need to be seen in person for assessment can still attend the clinic.
For the past year, Epilepsy Tasmania has been a proud partner of Seer Medical (Epilepsy Diagnostics) and we are very grateful to have received a donation from them as part of their Purple Month fundraising campaign.
Seer has told us how proud they are of the work Epilepsy Tasmania carries out in support of the epilepsy community and that they are privileged to support Australia’s primary support network, especially during these uncertain times. Thank you Seer for your kind words and your generous donation.
Warm regards and take care,
CEO Epilepsy Tasmania
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