Remy Abi Youness

My Activity Tracking


My target 50 kms

I’m taking part in Walk for Epilepsy around Australia because...

As someone who’s been living with epilepsy most of my life, I know how hard it is to accept it and deal with it and I know how hard it was/is for my family to deal with it. I want to raise money and make a difference for people living with epilepsy and those who care for them as epilepsy doesn’t only affect us. Please help me by giving whatever you can using the 'Donate' button. The more people that know about the walk, the greater the impact, so please also spread the word by sharing my page with your friends and family. Thank you in advance for your generosity, it means a lot to me and to millions more! 💜

My Achievements

Ready set go!

You're on your way to becoming an Epilepsy Champ! Signup complete

Sharing is caring

Let the world know that you're helping those living with epilepsy on your socials

Back yourself

Self donate to show your friends and family how its done

First donation

Got your first donation! Well done!

Halfway Donation Milestone

You've hit the half way mark for donations! Keep up the good work

Smashed it!

You've hit your goal! We couldn't be more proud of you

First km complete!

Well done! Keep the momentum going!

Half way there

You've reached the halfway mark of your challenge, keep pushing forward!

You did it!

You've smashed your goal! We couldn't be more proud of you


Thankyou, you've raised $500!!! A Walk for Epilepsy pack is coming your way!


Thankyou, you've raised $1000! You're in the draw to WIN an Apple iWatch


Thankyou, you've raised $2000! You're in the draw to win a $1000 Rebel Sports Voucher

My Updates

Update No. 1

Friday 6th Oct
I had a great start of the walk on Monday,  beautiful weather and beautiful scenery at the Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne. However, the weather has been horrible last few days and seizures decided to pay me a visit on Wednesday afternoon. I had a focal aware seizure, my first in a year and a half and outside pregnancy, I recovered quickly from it with only migraines. I was honestly expecting it as I had 2 stressful days with little to no sleep, but it doesn’t make it less devastating because being a mum and caring for my 3-year old son who’s recovering from a surgery he had on Tuesday can trigger a seizure.
Seizures don’t only take a physical toll on us, the mental / emotional toll is much worse than the seizure itself. 

Thank you to my Sponsors


Jason Yarak




Gino . Chiodo

Keep Tony under control !!!


Tracy Zakkour

You’re the bomb Remy 🥰💪🏼


Jackie Assaf





Rebecca Antouri

Love you rem❤️


Natasha Whittingham


Phoenix Lyne