The EEA has moved!
You can find us at our new home:
11215 Groat Road NW
(across from Westmount Shopping Centre)
Free Download of our Epilepsy Information Booklets -
Free Canada-wide distribution of our Epilepsy Information booklets to
Epilepsy Associations and Hospital Epilepsy Clinics has been made possible by an
unrestricted grant from UCB Canada Inc.
Our latest Forum is now available for viewing online.
Click here to view the November, 2016 Forum
"Epileptic and Non-Epileptic Seizures"
Presented by: Dr. Ken Makus and Dr. Tom Snyder
Well Appreciated Praise for
the Kids on the Block
EEA recently received an email from an Edmonton Public School about the
effectiveness of our free Kids on the Block Puppet Presentations.
We thought we would share their comments with you.
"Back in March, we had a puppet show from your team at our school. I need to
pass along some extra feedback for you. A kid in our Kindergarten class had
a seizure during class time. All of the students knew what to do! Kids pushed back the tables for this student, gave him space, told the teachers he was having a seizure
and we needed to call for help, etc. The students then took themselves to the carpet and sat quietly waiting for further instructions. They did all this seamlessly because
they had learned from the puppet show. Thanks for your support with this
and the kids truly learned and used what they knew!
For More Information About the Kids on the Block Program,
Please Click Here.
Donate A Ride
Each year the EEA receives transit tickets from the Donate A Ride program. Watch for the 2016 donation campaign and add your support!
Click here for access to great epilepsy information, videos, magazines and other resources.
"Beyond Epilepsy" in Africa - Click here for information about this international project.
Life Enhancement Scholarships for Youth
Click here for more information
For resources related to EEA Education Forum topics, click here.
Series of Videos About Epilepsy
This informative series of nationally-broadcast Public Service Announcements was created
for the Canadian Epilepsy Alliance by
The Center for Epilepsy & Seizure Education in British Columbia