Helping People with Seizures Realize Their Full Potential

About epilepsy

Our Guiding Philosophy:

Educate

Seizure trainings for your school, workplace, and community at no cost.

Connect

No one should face epilepsy alone; meet people who understand what you’re going through.

Empower

Take back control with access to the information and advice you need.

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Help When You Need It

No one should face epilepsy alone. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have been living with epilepsy for years, we’re here to support you.

Upcoming Events

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19

Sep

Adult Connect (St. Paul)

Adults affected by epilepsy connect, share stories and support each other in a safe and welcoming environment. Resources are available and light refreshments are served. Contact Tammy Sammon with any questions at tsammon@efmn.org or 651-287-2304.

19

Sep

Webinar: School Nurse Training

This free training is designed for school nurses and other health staff to refresh their knowledge and learn about new developments regarding epilepsy and seizures. All school personnel are welcome to attend. This webinar will begin with a brief epilepsy review, followed by treatment options, rescue medications, new treatments, and

20

Sep

Awareness Night at the Football Field

Join us on Friday, September 20th at the Milaca vs. Zimmerman high school football game, as we raise epilepsy awareness, and cheer on the teams. Wear your favorite EFMN shirt, or dress in purple (epilepsy awareness color). Halftime recognition, and free awareness giveaways.

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Dive in Deeper

We offer a wide variety of programs and services for youth and adults across our service region.

Thriving with Epilepsy

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Ary Rodeghiero – Finding Support, Friends, and Fun

Ary Rodeghiero hasn’t had a seizure since 2010 thanks to her medication. However, the medication has its side effects, which has caused her to undergo recent EEG testing to determine the best plan going forward. Although seizures don’t affect Ary’s everyday life, epilepsy does. “We got connected to EFMN by

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Laura Roloff – The Power of Seizure First Aid

Laura Roloff was diagnosed with epilepsy just one year ago. After meeting with doctors and learning how her life was about to change, she wasn’t sure how to tell her kids. Before she got that chance, Laura had a seizure at home, and her 11-year-old son Keyan was the only

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Ways You Can Help

Your gift helps us educate, connect, and empower those with epilepsy and their families.