Amanda Prather

Amanda Prather is an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant who lives in Ocean City, Maryland with her husband and their two children, Mason and Abigail. Amanda was thrown into the Dravet Syndrome world in 2018 when her 5-year-old son Mason had his first seizure. Since that day she has been a constant advocate for her son seeking all treatment options and therapies, but she quickly learned that effective treatment options are limited. She has made it her mission to share her story to promote Dravet syndrome awareness and raise money to hopefully find better treatment options for Mason and the others who suffer from this catastrophic condition.

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Marlins for Mason

The First Annual Marlins for Mason Billfish Release Tournament will be held August 4th and 5th in Ocean City, Maryland. Marlins for Mason is a non-profit marlin release tournament benefitting the Dravet Syndrome Foundation. Mighty Mason Prather is a 5-year-old Dravet warrior who lives in Ocean City, Maryland. Mason had his first seizure at 4 months old and was diagnosed

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