1. Epilepsy - Death in the Shadows

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    Founded in 1993, Epilepsy Bereaved (EB) is the leading voluntary organisation in the UK and internationally working to prevent unnecessary deaths from SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) and other epilepsy deaths. This is the story of the many lives that have been affected by SUDEP. Baigent Digital are acting on behalf of the charity to design their online presence.

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    • 2010 Danny Did Foundation - Saying Thanks

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      Danny Stanton was an active, smart, athletic boy who loved play sports and give hugs. He had a seizure in his sleep - the fifth seizure of his life - and died the morning of December 12, 2009. Danny was 4 and a half years old. The Danny Did Foundation was created by his parents with the mission to prevent deaths caused by seizures. Seizures result in over 50,000 deaths per year in the U.S., more than breast cancer. During his life on Leona Avenue in Chicago, Danny changed the world, and he continues to change the world as more people learn about SUDEP - Sudden Unexplained Death In Epilepsy - because of him. Find out more about Danny and the Danny Did Foundation at www.DannyDid.org. Please go and enjoy your life. Danny Did.

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      • Danny Did November Awareness Campaign

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        *ATTENTION: The first 15 seconds of the video could provoke those with visual or photosensitive seizures.* In conjunction with Epilepsy Awareness Month, we invite our supporters nationwide and around the world to take part in the Danny Did Foundation’s Epilepsy Awareness Month Campaign, which runs throughout November 2011. Our goal is for 1,000 people to make a $25 online donation, to raise $25,000. Please take a minute to visit www.events.org/november to make your $25 tax-deductible donation. You can also help by forwarding this information to as many people as you can – the awareness raised is equally important to the funds. Remember to double the value of your gift by asking your company to match your donation. Your $25 tax-deductible donation will make a very practical difference to an individual or family in need. Together, we can improve the lives of the 3 million people in the U.S. with epilepsy.

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        • Danny Stanton Rocks His Way

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          More than anything, Danny Did love to spend time with his family. This video from October 2009 captures Danny in his happy way, having fun with the family he loved and making them laugh and smile, like he always did. Join the Danny Did Foundation in its mission to prevent deaths caused by seizures. We love you Danny.

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          • 100 Mile Skate: The Final Mile

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            20 ice rinks, 1,000 laps, 100 miles and two inspiring boys. One, Danny Stanton, continues to help families around the U.S. through the foundation that honors his name. Another, 8 year-old Nick Curley, raises awareness for epilepsy and SUDEP and has captivated the entire hockey community through his 100 Mile Skate. Nick is doing his part through his incredible and generous efforts, we can do ours by supporting him as he comes down the home stretch! Please consider a donation at events.org/100mileskate to help Nick's reach his $25,000 fundraising goal campaign and to assist families who battle seizures.

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            • 2011 Danny Did Foundation - Saying Thanks

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              Danny Stanton was an active, smart, athletic boy who loved play sports and give hugs. He had a seizure in his sleep - the fifth seizure of his life - and died the morning of December 12, 2009. Danny was 4 and a half years old. The Danny Did Foundation was created by his parents with the mission to prevent deaths caused by seizures. Seizures result in over 50,000 deaths per year in the U.S., more than breast cancer. During his life on Leona Avenue in Chicago, Danny changed the world, and he continues to change the world as more people learn about SUDEP - Sudden Unexplained Death In Epilepsy - because of him. Find out more about Danny and the Danny Did Foundation at www.DannyDid.org. Please go and enjoy your life. Danny Did.

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              • Danny Did Video 2014

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                Founded in 2010 in Chicago, the Danny Did Foundation takes a look over the past 5 years as Danny Stanton's foundation has grown and continued to support families facing #epilepsy. Please go and enjoy your life, Danny did. For more information on epilepsy, seizure safety, monitoring devices and the risks that accompany epilepsy - including Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) - visit www.dannydid.org or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIN.

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                • Today In America Segment

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                  Today In America, hosted by NFL great Terry Bradshaw, profiles the Emfit Movement Monitor and Danny Did Foundation.

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                  • Tommy's First Zumba

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                    Danny's 4 year-old brother Tommy gets into the action at a "Zumba For Danny Did" fundraiser in Chicago. T-bone has some moves and makes people smile, just like his brother. Thank you for supporting the Danny Did Foundation and helping Danny's legacy live on.

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                    • Q&A With Dr. Sadek of Orlando Epilepsy Center - Purple Day Kickoff Webinar

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                      Chuck Carmen, Director of EACF and Founder of EpilepsyU and Dr. Ahmed Sadek, Director of Orlando Epilepsy Center and Monitoring Unit take user submitted questions about epilepsy, SUDEP, AEDs, and more.

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