EPILEPSY RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES

The following list of resources has been compiled specifically for families living with epilepsy. It is our hope that these resources can help you better understand epilepsy and enable you to become a caring, loving resource and support to those in your life living with epilepsy.

Epilepsy Information Booklets

Look to the following booklets for information you may find valuable:

Guide for Parents

Epilepsy: Seizures & First Aid

Safety & Epilepsy

 

 

To view the entire list of booklets available for download click here

YouTube VIDEO RESOURCE TREASURE TROVE

The Center for Epilepsy and Seizure Education in BC has amassed a veritable treasure trove of online video resources covering many aspects of epilepsy. This is a must-see for anyone living with epilepsy in their lives or the lives of someone close to them.

YouTube Resource Library

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KIDS ON THE BLOCK - TEACHING CHILDREN ABOUT EPILEPSY ONE SCHOOL AT A TIME

EEA Response to COVID-19/CoronAvirus Concerns

Our office remains open at this time. However, we have placed a short-term freeze on all in-person events that are routinely offered by us.  We will continue to follow the recommendations of the Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments which are evolving.  The well-being of our members, employees, friends and families is of the deepest concern to us.

Even though these are trying times and many of our programs are suspended a telephone call to us will be returned within 24  (working day) hours.

60TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS

The High Level Bridge will be lit in purple to commemorate the official 60th Anniversary of the Edmonton Epilepsy Association on June 7th, 2020. Our 60th Anniversary Gala will be held in the fall.

 

Click here for more information.

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