flag image

Guzik Motors

The answers to 'Living with Epilepsy'

Harrington program to shine light on story of Southbridge resident

Peg Whitney, pictured here at home, will present her “Living with Epilepsy” program next Tuesday, June 19, at Harrington Hospital. Mark Ashton. (click for larger version)
June 14, 2012
SOUTHBRIDGE — "It's not about me, but I want to educate people, to help them gain knowledge on the subject. We can say, 'Yes, I'm a diabetic,' or 'I have heart disease,' so why can't we say, 'I have epilepsy' or 'I'm an epileptic'?"

So asks Peg Whitney, who hopes to provide – and inspire – answers for and from those in attendance at her "Living with Epilepsy" program next Tuesday, June 19, at Harrington Hospital.

Subtitled "My Own Personal Story," the presentation begins is free and open to anyone, but especially "Harrington employees, volunteers, and the public."

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

Lamoureux Ford
inclusion image
inclusion image
  • Health 2018
  • Home 2018
  • Meet 2018
Thanks for visiting Stonebridge Press and Villager Newspapers

Guzik Motors