Epilepsy Durham Region in partnership Wimpy’s Diner, Oshawa, are proud to present their second annual pancake day to launch national Epilepsy Awareness Month movement. This event, Purple Pancake Day, is an exciting opportunity to launch our National Epilepsy Awareness Campaign – Purple Day.
When: Tuesday, February 13th, 2018
Where: Wimpy’s Diner – 128 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa
What: National Epilepsy Awareness Month | Purple Day Launch
Time: All Day – Mayor and EDR staff will be available 12:00 – 2:00 p.m
Please join us for our third annual Epilepsy education forum, Beyond the Medical | Epilepsy Self-Management and Advocacy
The full day forum will feature How to Cope with Epilepsy and Depression/Anxiety, Information of Cannabidiol (CBD) Studies in Canada, Becoming Your Own Advocate, and What to do when Medications Fail; Demystifying the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit and Epilepsy Surgery.
Location: The Abilities Centre | 55 Gordon Street, Whitby ON | 905-665-8500 | www.abilitiescentre.org
Date: Saturday, November 4th, 2016 | 10:00 am - 3:00 pm | Registration at 9:30 am
*Please note, you must register to attend this event - registration is limited 50 people
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As school begins again for children, kids with epilepsy are worrying about more than just new teachers and classrooms. Many families are afraid of the unpredictability that seizures cause, and if it will keep other kids from being their friend or impact a successful school year. They fear teachers may not know what to do if they have a seizure, they hope there will be after school activities they can participate in, especially if their seizures can’t be controlled with medication. Simply put, having epilepsy makes being a kid complicated!
With your ongoing support, you can ensure that parents and children have the resources they need to overcome the fear they may feel at school, while facing the challenges of epilepsy. With this in mind we are launching our back to school campaign and hope you will help us to reach our goal of $500.00 the...
Epilepsy Durham Region's Epic Golf Challenge is back for a forth year! On May 10th, 2018, nine teams of four(ish) will compete against one another in a battle of 27 holes, trying to not only end up with the best round of golf, but also to raise the largest amount of pledged money.
When our 36 golfers pledge to raise $1,500.00 each, our goal of $54,000.00 in support of our Pediatric Management Program will become a reality!
Epic Golf Challenge
Thursday, May 10th, 2018
Royal Ashburn Golf Club