A new program has been launched to help people with epilepsy get back to work.
The “MyBrain, MyBrain” initiative will be launched with an initial campaign in 2018, as a pilot project aimed at helping people with the disorder get back into a normal life.
The initiative aims to use technology to enable people with epileptic seizures to communicate, learn, share and interact more with other people, with an aim to help improve the quality of life for people with this condition.
A new app will also be developed, helping people get back on their feet, with a goal of getting 20,000 patients off the waiting list by the end of 2018.
The goal is to provide up to 100,000 people with a high-quality, personalised education and training program that is tailored to their needs, the project’s lead researcher Dr. Alexa Cervantes told the BBC.
The project aims to have up to 10,000 participants by the time the programme is completed.
There is no timeline yet on when the programme will be rolled out.
The new technology will allow people with seizures to send a series of messages to their caregivers, so they can share the messages and get support for their epilepsy.
In the new app, users can choose to see a personalized feed of the messages that are sent, with the option to read them aloud or to mute the audio.
Users can also upload images or videos of their seizure episodes to the app, and can choose whether or not to share the images.
The team will be working closely with people with these seizures to develop the program, Cervaults said.
She added that while the technology may sound futuristic, the hope is that it will be able to be used in different settings, such as in a family setting.
This is an ongoing trial and so there is a lot more work to be done before we can start using it in other settings, she said.
The app is designed to be simple, but is designed for those with epilepsy to access, and to help with, rehabilitation.
There are currently more than 10,600 people on the US government’s list of “epileptic” people, which includes people with severe epilepsy.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) funded the project.
Dr. Rishi Kumar Gupta, co-founder of the MyBrain,MyBrain app, told the ABC that it is hoped the app will be the next step in the treatment of epilepsy.
“I think it is the next generation of tools that will allow us to help more people get off of the waiting lists,” he said.
“This is one of the reasons that I’m excited to see it develop.”