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
To cofirm that you will be attending the event, please email: ...
Please join us for our annual Purple Walk for Epilepsy in partnership with the Durham Community Foundation, 'Walk for your Cause' event.
When: Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Where: Deer Creek Golf and Banquet Facility | 2700 Audley Rd. N., Ajax
Registration: 10:00 in Taunton Hall | Deer Creek Golf Course
Walk Starts: 10:30 on the Ruby Course
The loop of the Ruby Course is approximately 3.1 km - there will be markers at every km so you can choose how far you walk!
Lunch is available for all registered participants in Taunton Hall after the
UPDATE DECEMBER 22ND, 2017
Daniel and his mom send Merry Christmas wishes to you. Your support and kindness has been so inspiring and uplifting.
Thank you so much for caring! Daniel is a special little boy is loved very much. Thank you.
UPDATE DECEMBER 8TH, 2017
Daniel continues to get stronger every day. He will begin attending school at Holland Bloorview Kid Rehabilitation Hospital a couple of days a week. Please send your well wishes to Daniel and his mom as they continue their recovery journey leading into the holidays.
UPDATE DECEMBER 1ST, 2017
Daniel and his mom have moved from Sick Kids Hospital to Holland Bloorview Kid Rehabilitation Hospital to continue with a new phase in his recovery...
Trent University Durham is proud to be offering Humanities 101, our community-based initiative, for the fourth year, this Fall.
Humanities 101 at Trent University Durham is a free, 10-week, not-for-credit multi-disciplinary course offering classes in humanities and social sciences. Students will attend classes each week for two hours (one hour of lecture and one hour of seminar-style discussion). Each week will bring a new topic and new instructor.
The intent of the program is to provide access to higher education to those in the Durham Region who might face barriers – either financial or otherwise and also to provide our community with opportunities for lifelong learning. There is a concerted effort to keep the topics lively and engaging but also accessible to those who may not have completed secondary or post-secondary education. Students are not required to do readings or complete assignments and involvement in class...