Aug. 1, 2011.
Dennis Terry will never forget the date of his daughter's diagnosis with epilepsy.
"You know what?" Terry said, "Before we were involved come Aug. 1, 2011, never heard anybody talk about [epilepsy]."
The silence broken, however unwanted or unexpected, Terry had to listen.
Now, he's speaking out.
Terry will share his daughter's, his family's, story on Oct. 31 at Williamsburg's inaugural Awareness Stroll, organized by the Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia.
Approximately one in 26 people develops epilepsy, according to a 2012 report by the Institute of Medicine. Epilepsy ranks fourth among most common neurological disorders,...