Another Wonderful Guest Post from

November is Epilepsy Awareness Month and four years ago took on the task of posting an interview a day of someone who was dealing with Epilepsy for the entire month.  This year she is doing the same and also posting follow up interviews with some of the same interviewees from her original post.  One of those Follow-up Interview which was posted earlier today (November 15, 2016, 7:58pm PST) was with Connor Doran.  

If you watched America’s Got Talent a few years ago and watched a young kid take control of kites indoors then you were watching Connor Doran. To read more on his interview go to the following link,

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Trish Hughes Kreis’s Bio: 

Trish Hughes Kreis and Richard Kreis

Trish Hughes Kreis works as a full-time Legal Administrator and is a freelance writer, blogger and videographer who advocates on behalf of her disabled youngest brother, Robert. Robert lives with intractable epilepsy, has an unwavering faith and a delightful way of declaring everything excellent. Robert has lived with Trish and her husband, Richard, for three years and they do their best to keep him happy, healthy and, well, excellent. 

Trish is an advocate for more research on the long-term effects of uncontrolled epilepsy as well as an advocate for expanding the definition of family to include sibling care under the California Family Rights Act and Family and Medical Leave Act. 

Trish also does her best to navigate the maze of social services and government programs available to help Robert and keeps him entertained with an endless supply of word search puzzles and game shows. 

Trish contributes articles and videos to the Assisted Living Directory and has written for, The Intentional Caregiver, Today’s Caregiver and the EmblemHealth “What Care Feels Like” microsite. Trish is currently the author and publisher of the “365 Caregiving Tips” book series written with four other experienced caregivers with the hope it helps other caregivers navigate the world of caregiving. 

Trish is the author of Forever a Caregiver and 365 CaregivingTips: Practical Tips from Everyday Caregivers. She can be reached through her blog, Facebook (, Twitter (@robertssister1) or email
Thank you,

Richard Kreis

iCare Consulting

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