I am posting on behalf of a friend who suffers from photosensitive epilepsy. In her case, newly installed LED streetlights in her small community trigger seizures making it virtually impossible for her to travel at night or even have window shades open after dark in her home. She informed the mayor and town council of the problem BEFORE installation of the lights and she was essentially ignored. Endless bureaucratic battles have followed, to no avail. Neither the town nor the utility will take any action to mitigate a problem that affects only a single resident. At the moment, she has temporarily secured lodging with a friend outside of town and cannot be at home with her family. She cannot drive and walks to and from work, which she cannot do when she works an evening shift, or at all during the short-daylight winter months. She is not computer savvy because her condition precludes the use of LED screens. Available medications are ineffective. My wife and I are doing online research and trying to locate credible resources and possibly support groups or a competent advocate. Her condition is rare and there is not much information out there. Has anyone encountered similar problems with LED street lighting? Do you know of any support groups for photosensitive epilepsy? Any help/advice will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.