The staff and volunteers at Epilepsy Durham Region understand that epilepsy has life consequences that extend well beyond the experience of having seizures. The impact can be on any aspect of cognitive, physical, social, and/or sensory functioning. Epilepsy Durham Region provides support, information, resources, and community referrals to people with epilepsy and their families. Whether you are trying to apply for government financial assistance, navigating how to talk to an employer about epilepsy, or interested in learning more about how to support a loved one living with epilepsy, we are here to help. Contact us to make a virtual appointment ask questions and gain support and resources to help you live your best life after an epilepsy diagnosis.