Register for the 2020 EFMN Neighborhood Walk

Join us on Saturday, October 3rd, as we simultaneously walk 1.26 miles in our own neighborhoods, parks, and pathways to raise awareness for epilpesy.

Start My Walk Team

Our Guiding Philosophy:


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


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


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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Focal Seizures 101 Webinar

The Focal Seizures 101 Webinar is an opportunity to learn more about focal seizures right from your own device. EFMN’s hour-long Seizure Training is a resource that helps participants identify focal seizures, learn seizure first aid, and overcome the myths surrounding epilepsy. Approximately 60 minutes in length. Register here!



Seizure Medications and Side Effects Webinar

Join us for an opportunity to learn about medications for epilepsy, brand name vs generic, common side effects, and the importance of medication adherence. Register here!



Virtual Creative Arts Program

EFMN and the Art Therapy program at Adler Graduate School would like to invite individuals and families who have been impacted by epilepsy to join us in a virtual art therapy studio experience. We will host a series of four weekly 90-minute group sessions via a HIPPA compliant Zoom platform.

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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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Hannah Poshek – An Athlete and Epilepsy Advocate

Hannah Poshek had quite the childhood, and now as a teenager, she’s accomplishing even more. She first joined the Minnesota Wild Special Hockey program as a kid, and after gaining greater seizure control as an 8-year-old she started even more activities, like swimming, gymnastics, dance, and competing in Special Olympics.

Advances in Epilepsy Surgery: Minimally Invasive Epilepsy Surgery in Children

When does it make sense to begin talking with your child’s doctor about epilepsy surgery?

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Ways You Can Help

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