Tag: Life with AE

Things siblings of children with special needs struggle with – from The Washington Post

Jamie David Smith has written a terrific article on the struggles of siblings of special needs children. Smith speaks to Rachel Feichter whose daughter, Talia, has autoimmune encephalitis. “Documentary filmmaker Rachel Feichter has a typically developing 11-year-old and a 7-year-old, Talia, who has special needs as a result of a neurological autoimmune disease, Hashimoto’s encephalitis. …

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Podcast by Elizabeth Nakano tells the story of surviving autoimmune encephalitis

In 2014, Jake Pickard watched doctors try to save his girlfriend’s brain. What happened would dramatically change their relationship and their lives. Reporter Elizabeth Nakano headed to Eastham, MA, to interview them about the aftermath. Elizabeth’s story titled, Reset, can be heard through the Public Radio Exchange website. We are grateful to Elizabeth, Marirose, Jake, and PRX for …

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Your experience helps others find doctors that treat autoimmune encephalitis

  Did you know that the Autoimmune Encephalitis Alliance has a “Clinicians Network” which helps patients find doctors around the globe? We need your help expanding this network. If you are a patient, caregiver, family member, or physician and had a positive experience with a medical professional that treats AE, please write to him/her and ask that he/she …

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