Erik Tilkemeier

“David’s efforts to raise awareness and advocacy for epilepsy, through his non-profit, the Epilepsy Connection, are exemplary. Working to improve the lives of those affected by this unsung (and underfunded) neurological disorder is admirable. You have our full support!” July 3, 2011
Erik Tilkemeier, Associate, JKA Group

 

Susan Noble

“I have known David Julian for over a year now and find him to be one of the most amazing individuals I have ever met. Like me David works tirelessly in raising awareness for epilepsy and the crucial need for funding and research in order of obtaining the ultimate goal that of finding a cure for the millions whom suffer from this horrific disease. I had the distinct pleasure of collaborating with David on ideas I had for my own foundation. David is one of the most hard working people I know. He is extremely efficient, dedicated, and organized. He has a great personality with a constant smile and positive attitude – a real pleasure to work with. and an honor, privilege to know. David would be a very positive addition to any company looking for only the best. He is truly gifted and a blessing to have as an advocate not only for adults but for our children.” June 24, 2011

Susan Noble, Founder/Executive Director, The Epilepsy Warriors Foundation

 

Heather Steele

“David is a True Epilepsy Advocate, not only does he talk about it, he lives it in his day to day life. I love following his daily adventures with Epilepsy, not all so great. No matter what, David has a positive attitude and outlook on life. He is compassionate and forthcoming and will help find answers! He is a true inspiration to us all!” June 24, 2011

Heather Steele, Event Coordinator/Case Manager, Epilepsy Foundation of Florida

 

Carole Duffy, Social Service Worker

“David is a true Epilepsy Advocate, who not only talks about the disorder, but lives with it every day. Following his daily adventures with epilepsy, both good and bad, on his website, is very inspiring to all of us who live with this mysterious disorder. David has a positive attitude and outlook on life. He is compassionate and forthcoming and will go out of his way to help find answers to questions and problems that anyone has! He works tirelessly in raising awareness for epilepsy and the crucial need for funding and research, in order to reach the ultimate goal of finding a cure for the millions who struggle daily with epilepsy. David would be a very positive addition to any company looking for only the best, and I recommend him without hesitation.”

Carole Duffy, Social Service Worker – Canada” June 25, 2011

 

Travis Beckman

“As an Epilepsy advocate myself who fights for epilepsy advocacy in the work place and fights against ignorance of epilepsy everywhere, I fully support and recommend David for the charitable work he is doing through his website to mainly raise funds for seizure alert dogs.”

Thank you
Travis Beckman June 26, 2011

Simon and Vicki Bridgwood

“There are few people you encounter in life that you would truly call amazing, but David is one of them. At a time just after our 6 month old daughter was diagnosed with epilepsy, my wife and i were in a very dark place and couldn’t find anywhere to turn.
We were referred to David and suddenly, here was someone who actually took valuable time out of his day to explain all the ins and outs of dealing with Epilepsy. We had hope for the first time, as here was someone who had been dealing with Epilepsy for his whole life and had a wonderful, positive attitude.

When we mentioned that our daughter Chloe had nocturnal seizures and we hadn’t slept in months as we were so nervous about missing a seizure, he somehow organized an Emfit Seizure Monitor to be delivered in only a few days. What a relief!!! We had been eyeing this piece of expensive equipment for months but just couldn’t afford it with all the other medical expenses that we had recently incurred.

David, we will forever be in your debt, for coming to the rescue at a time when we really had nowhere else to turn.”

Simon and Vicki Bridgwood
December 2011