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Epilepsy South Central Ontario News

The 2017 Purple Gala “Hollywood Glamour”

March 15, 2017

PRESS RELEASE Hollywood Glamour! WEAR PURPLE! WALK THE PURPLE CARPET! MISSISSAUGA – On Saturday, March 25th, 2017, we invite you to join us on the Purple Carpet for the 5th Annual Purple Gala at The Credit Valley Golf and Country Club in support of Epilepsy South Central Ontario (Formerly Epilepsy Halton Peel Hamilton). The event…

Santino Marella Talks Charity, His Wrestling Memories, More

March 15, 2017

Former WWE Superstar Santino Marella discussed some very interesting things about his life during and after wrestling, as well as his upcoming charity events.  By Alexander Podgorski Santino Marella was one of the funniest and most entertaining superstars in WWE during his career. His main event career started in 2007, when he was pulled out of…

Epilepsy Ontario engages MPPs and policy makers at Epilepsy Action Day 2017

March 13, 2017

By Deron Hamel Epilepsy Ontario executive director Paul Raymond says the success of the sixth Epilepsy Action Day at Queen’s Park on Feb. 28 was the overwhelming engagement from MPPs and policy makers had about the agency’s epilepsy care advocacy agenda. Epilepsy Ontario representatives from across the province are seen here in front of Queen’s…

Interns & Outreach

March 6, 2017

Matthew Lorenz and Fady Mekhail are students in the Social Service Work program at Sheridan College. Their community practicum placement this past year has been spent at Epilepsy South Central Ontario. On February 24, 2017, Matthew and Fady represented Epilepsy South Central Ontario at Sheridan College’s Practicum Fair. The fair gave them the opportunity to…

Epilepsy Action Day 2017

February 28, 2017

Today is Epilepsy Action Day 2017! (February 28th, 2017) Epilepsy Organizations are coming together to advocate that we need to standardize care for people with epilepsy across Ontario- through dissemination and implementation of the province’s clinical epilepsy guidelines, as well as explaining what the guidelines mean for patients and doctors. Click here for more information.