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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11

Jul

Seizures and Safety Webinar

Seizures manifest themselves in various ways. Some may cause a person to lose consciousness or to have impaired awareness. Staying safe can be a concern for those living with epilepsy. In this webinar we will look at safeguards that can be put in place, to help individuals with epilepsy feel

14

Jul

Seizure Alert Devices Webinar

Being alone when a seizure occurs can be a frightening or even dangerous occurrence. A device that can detect when a seizure happens and alert someone who can help can provide great peace of mind both to the person living with epilepsy and to their family or caregiver. This free

14

Jul

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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