App to Track Seizures, Medication Side-Effects, Moods and Appointments is Now Available on iOS

Top Quote Epilepsy Storylines App puts control back in the hands of people living with epilepsy and their caregivers. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 09, 2015 - Toronto ON & Philadelphia, PA - Living Well With Epilepsy has now launched Epilepsy Storylines on the App Store℠ for iPhoneŽ and iPadŽ. Epilepsy Storylines is, an app that lets users track seizures, medication side-effects, moods, appointments and much more on their smartphone. They can then share any information within their circle of care without ever leaving the app.

    The Epilepsy Storylines app was initially launched on March 26, Purple Day 2015 for web and on Google PlayTM. Each year, this day is dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide. Epilepsy Storylines is a joint effort between Living Well With Epilepsy, a boutique media brand dedicated to the needs of people living with epilepsy, and Self Care Catalysts, a patient intelligence health solution provider.

    "As a woman living with epilepsy I understand, intimately, how frustrating it can be to manage all the disparate elements of your own health care. This is even more compounded when seizures are not under control or side effects are unmanageable," says Living Well With Epilepsy founder and managing editor, Jessica Keenan Smith. "Epilepsy Storylines now provides our community with an all-in-one solution that was built with feedback from people living with epilepsy from the earliest stages. I believe this app can make a real positive impact."

    Epilepsy Storylines is free, and is now available for download for iPhoneŽ and iPadŽ on the App StoreSM. It is also available on the Web and on Google PlayTM.

    Whitney of Changing Focus Epilepsy, has had epilepsy for 29 years and was an early user of the application. "I love that Epilepsy Storylines is so user friendly. It gives me one central place where I can keep track of my medications, my doctor appointments and it even lets me stamp how I'm feeling that day. It will give those living with epilepsy and caregivers a place to go to build their own circle of support to share their personal journey of everyday life," she says.

    Epilepsy Storylines is an app that clinical neurologists and primary care physicians can feel comfortable recommending to patients. This app not only supports and empowers the patient in their daily life, it is meaningful to physicians as well. Epilepsy Storyline has can help people living with epilepsy better understand their treatment and what's going on with their bodies.

    "We are thrilled to expand our support for health advocacy communities and to provide people living with chronic diseases such as epilepsy with new ways to leverage mobile technology to manage and improve their health outcomes," says Grace Soyao, CEO of Self Care Catalysts.

    About Living Well With Epilepsy
    Living Well With Epilepsy has grown into a boutique media brand that is completely focused on epilepsy. This makes Living Well With Epilepsy a resource to the more than 65 million people living with and caring for those living with epilepsy. That's why healthcare marketing and PR, hospital systems, startups in neurology, and others interested in exciting new developments in epilepsy, all rely on us to get the word out through Living Well With Epilepsy and our social media channels.

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    About Self Care Catalysts
    Self Care Catalysts is a health solutions company powered by patient intelligence and analytics. We find the consumer within the patient. Our mission is to build innovative, patient-centered, and technology-driven self-care solutions for patients and meaningful analytics and insights for healthcare organizations and pharmaceutical companies. For more information visit us on the web at

    Media Contact:
    Jessica Keenan Smith
    Founder, Living Well With Epilepsy
    Email: Jessica ( @ ) livingwellwithepilepsy dot com
    Mobile: 856-308-5377

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