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Epilepsy South Central Ontario News

Ontario Epilepsy Guidelines

June 5, 2018

There are approximately 90,000 Ontarians with epilepsy. Around 6,500 Ontarians will develop epilepsy every year. In 2014, the Epilepsy Implementation Task Force, supported by Critical Care Services Ontario, began releasing a series of guidelines for epilepsy care. These guidelines aim to improve treatment and access to care for people with epilepsy. This document highlights some…

#EpilepsyElection TV Appearance

June 5, 2018

Thank you City MattersTV in Hamilton for the opportunity to talk about epilepsy and the current election Getting sustainable government program funding for community epilepsy agencies in Ontario is ESSENTIAL!! #epilepsyelection With the provincial election now underway organizations like Epilepsy Ontario and Epilepsy South Central Ontario are hoping to hear more from our political candidates. The CEOs…

2018 Ontario Election

May 4, 2018

Why are we talking about epilepsy during the 2018 Ontario election? Ontario’s epilepsy community needs community education and support programs. Programs that help people understand their epilepsy and how to manage it, reduce seizure frequency and unnecessary hospital visits, and help them live well in the community need to be a priority for the next…

MFCanada and EpilepsySCO “2nd Annual Golf Tournament”

May 4, 2018

Matthews Friends Canada and Epilepsy South Central Ontario invite you to come and golf in support of Ketogenic Diet therapy and Epilepsy Education.   Enjoy 18 holes of Golf (scramble format) at CAYUGA GOLF CLUB. Registration Fees: $400.00 / Foursome $125.00 / Single Golfer Register Now!