With the sheer number of people living with Epilepsy, and the impact this disease has on an individual and their family, our goal is to ensure that local community support is available to address the catastrophic effects of this disease.
Epilepsy Durham Region
Humble Beginnings 30 years ago, an event took place which changed the lives of many forever. On a cold December evening, a small group of determined people came together at St. Gregory’s Auditorium in Oshawa. What began as a small volunteer lead support meeting has grown into a vital service in Durham Region; champions helping more than 34,000 individuals each year. Epilepsy Durham Region is now...
To kick off Epilepsy Awareness Day, Epilepsy Durham Region, in partnership with the Bowmanville Older Adult Association and The Bowmanville Rotary Club, are happy to invite you to join us for our annual Pancake Day competition! Watch as students, politicians, first responders, and community leaders compete in an epic battle to eat 5 pancakes the fastest, all while raising awareness about...
Families and Foundations Join to Educate the Public about a Rare Genetic Epilepsy and their Efforts to Get Answers
Monday January 20, 2017 PRESS RELEASE from Ajude o Rafa, The Cute Syndrome Foundation, and Wishes for Elliott Contacts listed below.
Cannington Ontario – Families of over 150 children globally struggling with SCN8A - a rare but devastating genetic disorder - are joining forces to educate the public about SCN8A and inform affected families of available resources. The First International SCN8A Awareness...