Date: May 9th
Time: 5:30 PM For more information on The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program click here.
Managing Students with seizures:
A Training for School Nurses is an accredited continuing education training program designed to provide the school nurse with information, strategies and resources that will enable him/her to better manage the student with seizures.
Click here for more details. Click here to register for training on June 7th in Rockford.
June 8, 2013
Registration: 8 am
Panels: 9-1 pm
Click here for more details and to register
The Epilepsy Foundation's Iowa office has funding available for Iowa youth with seizures who would like to attend Camp Oz. Available funding is up to $200/applicant, which covers the cost of attending the camp. To apply for this funding, please fill out this application and the Epilepsy Foundation's Iowa Community Council will review it. If you would like more information on Camp Oz visit epilepsyfoundationmn.org.
These beautiful scarves were handcrafted by
a loving grandmother of a child with
epilepsy wanting to help spread awareness.
The scarves are available while supplies last
with a donation of $15.
Donations can be made online at www.efncil.org ,by phone at 815-964-2689, or by mail. Our address is 321 W. State St. STE. 208, Rockford IL 61101.
Thank you and Happy Holidays.
Chris spent about one and a half days in Washington, D. C. this past April, with the Epilepsy Foundation's Kids Speak Up! program. The trip helped Chris to see the big picture, and helped showed Chris he was not alone.
Read more about Chris in the McCook Daily Gazette
Aaron Gregory Riley, from Okemos, Michigan and 2011 graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, sought to bring epilepsy out of the shadows of society: Aaron wanted, somehow, to reduce the feelings of isolation and seclusion that people living with epilepsy and seizure disorders often experience.
more information on this scholarship
Epilepsy & Behavior, a professional medical journal from Elsevier Publishing, presents original
peer-reviewed reports and reviews that pertain to the behavioral aspects of epilepsy. The articles
are based on laboratory and clinical research. The Epilepsy Foundation and Epilepsy& Behaviorhave
joined in partnership to provide select content from the journal.