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Epilepsy South Central Ontario News

Provincial Budget

January 15, 2019

In Ontario, 95,000 people live with epilepsy, and every year thousands of them make unnecessary trips to the Emergency Room, adding to the province’s Hallway Healthcare crisis and costing the healthcare system millions of dollars. It doesn’t need to be this way. Epilepsy Ontario’s has sent a pre-budget submission to the provincial government, asking for $11 million…

ILAE 2017 — New Classification OF SEIZURE TYPES

January 14, 2019

The International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) is a scientific organization devoted to improving the lives of those living with epilepsy by promoting research, education, and training. They have recently developed a new way of classifying seizures to help us better diagnose and treat epilepsy. The new system has new terms for seizures that didn’t fit…

We’ll miss you Grace!

January 2, 2019

It is with saddened hearts to announce that we have lost a member of our Epilepsy South Central Ontario family – Grace Olivia Hunstman. Our thoughts and love go out to the Huntsman family during this difficult time. We’ll miss you Grace!

Education & Awareness

September 12, 2018

Epilepsy Support #FairShare4Epilepsy Give Now It’s what we do… It’s all we do… We do it well! And in our service area, we are the only organization equipped to do it!

Sunny Days Camp & Youth Empowerment Program

September 12, 2018

Sunny Days Camp & Youth Empowerment Program. #FairShare4Epilepsy Give Now TOGETHER WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE When you give to Epilepsy South Central Ontario, you not only support our programs and services, you help empower people take back their lives! Only YOU can help us restore independence, self-respect and dignity. Only YOU can help overcome the stigma!…