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
Epilepsy Ontario and our province’s Community Epilepsy Agencies are calling on the Ontario government to include funding for epilepsy education and support programs in this year’s provincial budget. With funding, agencies can continue and expand their education and support programs and we can bring programs to parts of the province without a local agency. We are calling you you to sign our
Seizure detection and alerting devices hold promise for preventing sudden death in epilepsy. Cassandra Kazl, MD; and Daniel Friedman, MD, MSc | Practical Neurology | November/December 2018, Volume 17, Number 9 | Retrieved From: http://practicalneurology.com/2018/12 (Excerpt) For many of the 3 million adults and 470,000 children in the US (1.2% of the population) living with active epilepsy,1 the...
Please be advised the warning of a new lighting system at the Tribute Community Centre, home of the Oshawa Generals. If you have received tickets through our volunteer program, or have purchased tickets to see an event at the Tribute Community Centre (details below), please connect with their organization for further information if you are sensistive to this type of lighting as it can be a...