Who We Are –

The Epilepsy Centre is a professional organisation committed to providing quality services to people living with epilepsy and improving community awareness and attitudes throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory. The team at The Epilepsy Centre have been providing services and support for people with epilepsy and their families throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory since 1976, and are dedicated to providing high quality information, advice, support, training, counselling and practical assistance and advocacy on behalf of people with epilepsy. We also work continuously to raise awareness of epilepsy in the community to reduce the stigma and create a more welcoming and inclusive society.

Our key services include:

* Epilepsy Management Support

* Home and Residential Care Visits

* Collaboration and networking with other agencies Client Services

* Epilepsy First Aid Training

* Emergency Medication Training

* Epilepsy Education for –

Disability and Support Workers

Click here to view our client services information booklet
The Epilepsy Centre receives no government funding and is largely funded from private sources, mainly philanthropic donations. If you would like to help you can donate or you can support our work in a variety of other ways. Please view our and sections for more information. The Epilepsy Centre is a member ofEpilepsy Australia , the national coalition of state-based epilepsy associations and the leading consumer-led epilepsy body in Australia. Our hope is that all Australians living with epilepsy, as well as the medical profession, allied health workers, principals, teachers, employers and the wider community will find this website to be an informative and valuable resource in their daily lives.

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FASHION FEET SL – Informe de empresa

ACTIVA


Datos identificativos

Información de la empresa FASHION FEET SL. CIF, Teléfono, domicilio, página web, e-mail y presencia en redes sociales.

Objeto social / Actividad

Comercio al por mayor y al por menor, distribución comercial e importación y exportación de prendas de vestir y calzado.
CNAE 4642 – Comercio al por mayor de prendas de vestir y calzado

Domicilio

Teléfono

FAX

AVDA DE ESPAÑA 17 (ALCOBENDAS).

Cargos directivos

Vinculaciones


Productos, Marcas y Nombres Comerciales

Anuncios en boletines oficiales

Resumen cronológico de actos publicados en las ediciones digitales de Boletines Oficiales (BORME, BOE, BOPI) inscritos por FASHION FEET SL o en los que participa indirectamente.

    Nombramientos.

    Con fecha 3 de septiembre de 2014 se inscribe en el Registro Mercantil el nombramiento de Pastor Collantes David como Administrador Único de la sociedad.

    Declaración de unipersonalidad.

    Con fecha 3 de septiembre de 2014 se inscribe en el Registro Mercantil la adquisición del carácter unipersonal de la sociedad, siendo el titular jurídico y formal de las acciones o participaciones societarias Don Pastor Collantes David

    Constitución.

    Se constituye la empresa con fecha 3 de septiembre de 2014 mediante escritura pública. La empresa se crea con un capital social inicial de 3.000,00 Euros e inicia su actividad el 2 de septiembre de 2014. El domicilio social en el momento de su constitución se establece en AVDA DE ESPAÑA 17 (ALCOBENDAS). La empresa indica que su actividad es Comercio al por mayor y al por menor, distribución comercial e importación y exportación de prendas de vestir y calzado.

Informe de Crédito

Informe Mercantil, Incidencias y Vinculaciones

Perfil Comercial de Empresa

Acceder Acceder Acceder

Información mercantil y comercial


Básica

Administradores y dirigentes


Solo administradores


Solo dirigentes

Empresas relacionadas
(accionistas, participadas,…)

Informe de FASHION FEET SL (Madrid) con CIF B87088613, cuyo objeto social es Comercio al por mayor y al por menor, distribución comercial e importación y exportación de prendas de vestir y calzado., actividad clasificada con el CNAE 4642 – Comercio al por mayor de prendas de vestir y calzado.

Este informe gratuito ofrece una visión global de la empresa FASHION FEET SL basado en los anuncios oficiales publicados en distintos boletines oficiales, mostrando información sobre todos los actos mercantiles, así como vinculación con otras empresas.

Happy Feet

After watching the VMA’s last night, ( I don’t feel good about admitting that I tune into MTV, but I feel like we’re in the trust tree here, so I’m gonna keep it real with you guys) Macklemore’s performance of ‘Downtown’ had me all sorts of happy. The beat, the message, the dancing and the shoes. The shoes! So many people were sporting classic Adidas sneaks and it really spoke to me. And you know what it said? It said, ‘you need new sneakers’. So who I am to argue with that kind of message? I know, I know, you guys are probably impressed with how deep I can be and hey, it’s a gift.

So anywho, I’m a pretty casual lady due to the whole stay-at-home mom thing I got going on. I think a mom toting her baby around on her hip in a pair of heels is completely enviable and totally not my reality. Like, ever. If you see me in heels, you can bet my children are nowhere to be seen. With that said, I’m pretty happy these days that sneakers are a totally acceptable and stylish footwear option for almost anywhere. Except church. That is where I draw the line. God, you’re welcome. Got nothing but respect for you ( insert fist bump icon).

I literally no idea where I’m going with this anymore, so let’s just end this blabbering and check out some must-have sneakers!


Crackled leather Vans from Madewell.

Lace up sneakers by Puma from Madewell.


Slip-in sneakers by Steve Madden from Nordstrom.


Lace up sneakers by New Balance from J. Crew.


Lace up ‘696’ sneaker by New Balance from Nordstrom.

‘Samba’ Adidas sneakers from Zappos.

xoxo, Meagan

\Six Feet Under The Stars\

I have been wearing this handmade tee non-stop lately, and when I saw that today’s #coasttocoastchallenge was ‘neon’ I had to dress it up and throw on my favorite hot pink crossbody. I’m also dreaming about fancier outfits ever since I found these ankle strap heels at Target the other day, which you may have seen if you follow me on Instagram. I found them for $10 and they are to die for! These shoes are so comparable to many others I’ve seen for a way higher price, such as on blogger WeWoreWhat for $300+.

I decided to go for a throwback for today’s outfit, and chose ‘Six Feet Under the Stars’ by All Time Low. You can say all you want about this band, but I needed a song with some pop to compliment the pop of neon in my purse. Listen along below while you view!

Sorry to have not been around the past few days, my studio this quarter is taking up so much time and work, but I have consistent posts planned for the next few days, so stick around!

lace skull tee_handmade, check out similar styles on
floral skater skirt_Forever 21
ankle strap heels_Prabal Gurung for Target, sale
neon box purse_H&M

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Classification of Seizure Types –

Generalised Seizures (seizures that affect the whole brain)

Absence Seizures
Absence seizures mostly affect children of primary school age and consist of brief (up to 30 seconds) periods of loss of awareness which may happen many times a day. The child appears to stare vacantly, the eyes may flutter or turn upwards. The child is unaware of his/her surroundings, but recovery is prompt. Absence seizures are often mistaken for daydreaming or lack of concentration and can disrupt learning by creating gaps in information received.

Tonic-clonic Seizures
Tonic-clonic seizures are recognised by a sudden loss of consciousness, the body stiffens (tonic phase) quickly followed by general muscle jerking (clonic phase). Breathing may appear difficult and the person may bite the tongue. The seizure ends when the jerking stops, muscles relax and normal breathing returns. Tonic-clonic seizures usually last 1-3 minutes, seldom longer. There may be a period of confusion after the seizure and the person may want to sleep.

Myoclonic Seizures*
Myoclonic seizures are uncontrolled muscle jerks. These seizures usually occur soon after waking or before going to bed when the person is tired. As a generalised seizure a loss of consciousness occurs but it is very brief and hardly noticeable.

Tonic Seizures*
Tonic seizures are generalized seizures causing the muscles to stiffen and if the person is standing they will fall quite heavily to the floor. This type of seizure often causes head injury and it is advisable for the person to wear a protective helmet to avoid constant injury.

Atonic Seizures*
This form of seizure activity can be characterised by a sudden and very brief loss of ability to stand or sit upright. Usually the person nods his head, slumps forward, or actually falls to the floor motionless. After the seizure the person may seem a little disorientated for a few seconds. They can be called ‘drop attacks’.

Partial Seizures (seizures that occur in just one part of the brain)

Simple Partial Seizures*
The symptoms the person experiences will depend on the function that part of the brain controls. The person remains fully conscious throughout the seizure.
This type of seizure may begin with a stiffening or twitching of an arm or leg, or the person may lose the ability to speak. This type of seizure usually lasts for less than a minute and then the person recovers.

Complex Partial Seizures
Complex partial seizures vary widely. Often there is a loss or distorted awareness of surroundings. Inappropriate actions such as chewing movements and fiddling with clothing or aimless wandering may occur. After the seizure there may be a short period of confusion.

Note: It is not unusual for people to have more than one type of seizure.
*Reprinted from Epifile with the permission of Epilepsy Australia August 2002

Nocturnal Seizures
There are a small number of people who only have nocturnal seizures (ie seizures occurring in relation to sleep.) The majority of these occur either just after falling asleep or before waking hours. Although the mechanism is poorly understood, there is evidence that sleep activity may influence epilepsy activity. The majority of patients who have only nocturnal seizures generally have idiopathic epilepsy. If the person maintains this pattern of only having seizures during sleep for several years, the probability of the seizures also becoming a daytime occurrence is small. Most of the nocturnal seizures are tonic-clonic in type.

Seizures may occur at any time during the sleep cycle. However, there are three specific times at which they occur most frequently:
a) within the first or second hour after going off to sleep (early nocturnal seizures),
b) one to two hours before the usual time of wakening (early morning seizures),
c) within the first hour or so after awakening (early morning seizures).

Seizures which occur in association with sleep have been classified as hypnos-epilepsy or sleep epilepsy, since such seizures may also occur during an afternoon nap.

The drug treatment of nocturnal seizures is similar to seizures of a similar nature that occur during the waking hours. Positive treatment of seizures is based on the type of seizures rather than on the time of occurrence. (Epigram 1993)

Sleep: Too Much Too Little
Non-alertness, drowsiness, or light sleep (as in falling asleep or in awakening) is a time in which some seizures are most apt to occur. This is especially true with psychomotor attacks, myoclonic seizures, and atypical absence spells. Since a normal sleep pattern cycles from deep to light sleep states, seizures may relate to these cycles during the night as well as during daytime naps. People who experience seizures only at night with sleep (nocturnal seizures) for the first few years of their seizure problem are often unlikely to experience a daytime attack.

They may experience few restrictions on employment and driving, and very few restrictions during the daytime. Most seizures that occur during sleep as well as during the daytime wakening hours are but sleep-altered variations of the same seizure problem. Unlike purely nocturnal seizures, which are limited to the sleep state, the latter group are a nightmare accentuating of a seizure problem.

Sometimes the tendency toward seizures in sleep may be reduced by increasing the evening dosage of anticonvulsant medication. If the seizures occur with falling asleep in the early evening, the supper dosage may be increased; if they tend to occur in the early morning around the time of awakening the approach may be to increase the bedtime dosage of medication or to use a longer-acting anticonvulsant or a time-release capsule.

It has been suggested in the past that sleeping with the light on and with a ticking clock or radio in the room may also decrease the tendency toward seizing. This is at least worth a trial.

Regular sleep habits are important, especially to those with sleep related seizures. Seizures may be triggered by missing sleep or sometimes even by getting too much sleep. Some people who cannot fall asleep may use sedatives that tend to aggravate the seizures problem. They may be drowsy the next day, which itself aggravates the seizure tendency. They may resort to coffee or stimulant medications to overcome the drowsiness, a practice that can exacerbate some seizures, especially if the stimulating substance is used in excess.

Problems in falling asleep may be overcome by increasing the evening medication, by avoiding the use of stimulating substances, especially in the late afternoon or evening, by calm evening activities, or by using a mild bedtime sedative and behavioural training to establish a more efficient sleep pattern. Drowsiness will almost certainly increase daytime seizures. Sometimes stimulants and caffeine containing substances given early in the day may be used to increase alertness and to overcome the seizure provoking tendency.

However be cautious that the substances themselves do not trigger seizures or do not excessively interfere with the absorption of the anticonvulsants. Behavioural training approaches may be used to maintain optimum alertness during the day as well as to interrupt some of the seizures that do break though.

Reprinted from: ‘Other Approaches in Seizure Management’; ‘Learning about Epilepsy’ by William D Svoboda MD