Kristin Wilcox life changed when her daughter, Shelby Mathews, was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome when she was just four months old. Along with sporadic seizures, people with Dravet Syndrome also face development issues once the seizures begin. Now, Wilcox tries to provide the best life she can for her daughter both in and out of their home. When she’s not taking care of Shelby, Wilcox advocates for medicinal marijuana, the best known treatment for Dravet Syndrome, with the organization Kentuckians 4 Medicinal Marijuana in hopes of giving her daughter a brighter future.
Jennifer Knapp was diagnosed with Functional Neurological Disorder three and a half years ago. She was not receiving treatment that helped her deal with this debilitating condition, so she sought out alternative medicine. Unfortunately, this was used against her in a custody dispute with her ex-husband. Now, her, her new husband, and their son, Collin, must adapt to life without the other members of their family.
Jack Quinn has loved music his whole life. As a teen, he took inspiration from his big brother and decided he wanted to try to learn music for himself. Now that he’s in college, Jack has moved away from home and all the people and things that have shaped him into the musician, and person he is today. Now, he has joined a new band, Crush, where he can continue doing what he loves.