With lots of information on seizures and epilepsy, plus a special section just for kids.
The Canadian Epilepsy Alliance (CEA) is a Canada-wide network of grassroots organizations dedicated to the promotion of independence and quality of life for people with epilepsy and their families, through support services, information, advocacy, and public awareness.
The Canadian League Against Epilepsy is an organization of medical professionals and basic scientists whose goal is to improve epilepsy care and awareness and encourage basic science and clinical research in epilepsy. Our members include physicians, basic scientists, nurses, neuropsychologists, neuroradiologists and other medical professionals, and we work closely with the lay organizations including Epilepsy Canada and the Alliance for Epilepsy.
We aim to provide comprehensive care of patients with epilepsy and seizures within a clinic setting. As a neurologist, Dr. Bercovici sees all types of patients who have neurological symptoms or diagnosis. However, as an epilepsy specialist, his main focus is seizures/epilepsy.
Website for reporting drug shortages and discontinuations in Canada. The Food and Drug Regulations require drug sellers to report when they are not able to meet the demand for a product or when they stop selling a product.
Since 1983, the lives of over 1200 men, women, and children from the age of 8 to 84, have been enriched by the services of specially trained Dog Guides from Lions Foundation of Canada. These Dog Guide “handlers” from as far east as St John’s, Newfoundland, and as far west as Victoria BC., have experienced the enrichment of their lives through newfound freedom and independence with the companionship and assistance of a devoted Dog Guide partner. Lions Foundation of Canada invites you to become an active supporter and participant in this hands-on humanitarian service.
Improved quality of life and seizure control in children with medically refractory seizures can be achieved with ketogenic diet treatment
The Canadian MedicAlert® Foundation is a charitable organization which is the leading provider of emergency medical information services linked to customized medical bracelets and necklets. We are pleased to be able to offer MedicAlert memberships to students (from age 4 to their 14th birthday) through the No Child Without® program in select schools. The financial support of the Government of Canada and Lions Clubs allows students to receive the MedicAlert membership for FREE.
(NHCC) is a coalition of organizations that represent people with brain diseases, disorders, and injuries in Canada. NHCC provides leadership in evaluating and advancing new opportunities for collaboration specific to advocacy, education, and research to improve the quality of life for people affected by brain conditions.
This is an online source for persons with epilepsy to use. A CLAE medical advisor recommended it.
An easy way to keep a seizure calendar record . You can email your reports to your doctor in advance of any appointment.
Welcome to SUDEP Aware, a Canadian charity dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP), with the ultimate goal of finding its cause(s) and prevention.
The International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) improves the social condition and quality of life of people with epilepsy and those who care for them. We have a vision of the world where everywhere ignorance and fear about epilepsy are replaced by understanding and care. The IBE is made up of laypersons and professionals interested in the medical and non-medical aspects of epilepsy. We address social problems such as education, employment, insurance, driving license restrictions and public awareness
The International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) was founded in 1909 and is an organization of more than 100, national chapters.
If you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, TS Canada can help. We can provide you with up-to-date medical, genetic and neurological information. We can help you learn all that you need to know about Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.
Working with 194 Member States, across six regions, and from more than 150 offices, WHO staff are united in a shared commitment to achieve better health for everyone, everywhere.