Support & Training

Providing resources, support, and education for the epilepsy community

People with epilepsy are better supported when the community understands their challenges. Our education programs provide training to schools, workplaces, senior care facilities, and other community groups at no cost so people better understand epilepsy and know how to recognize and respond to someone having a seizure. We also offer workshops on specific topics relevant to adults with epilepsy, parents of children with epilepsy, and school personnel.

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Learn the basics about seizure recognition and response with a free training for your school, workplace, senior center, or community group.

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Upcoming Events

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17

Jun

Community Conversation – Rural Northern Minnesota

Join other Minnesotans from rural communities to discuss needs around health resources, current gaps, and desired supports. This conversation is specific to those living in rural communities throughout Northern Minnesota. Together we explore compelling questions and build a collective knowledge to benefit those living with epilepsy and their family. This

17

Jun

Parent Virtual Connect Group

Meet other parents, grandparents, and caregivers who live day-to-day caring for a child with seizures and/or epilepsy. This is an opportunity to meet others, offer peer-to-peer support, share resources and experiences, and talk honestly about the triumphs and challenges of a child’s epilepsy journey. For more information, contact Angela Bowles

21

Jun

Virtual Camp Oz

Camp Oz is back this summer with a new look! With safety in mind, we’re hosting a virtual at-home Camp Oz this summer from June 21-25!

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