EPILEPSY AWARENESS DAY -PURPLE DAY
Epilepsy Awareness Day is observed annually on March 26th. The day has become known as “Purple Day” as people are encouraged to wear the color to increase awareness of Epilepsy.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Learn more about epilepsy. Wear purple and use #EpilepsyAwarenessDay or #PurpleDay to post on social media.
Purple Day was started in 2008 by Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia, Canada to encourage awareness of epilepsy and to cast away some of the myths that cloud the general public’s view of the condition. While other awareness days had been observed in the past, Purple Day and its founder have begun to get a bit of a following and awareness is spreading around the globe.
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