Part of Epilepsy Ontario’s mission is to improve the quality of life for people living with epilepsy. Here you can find products and brochures to help you cope with epilepsy and inform others about this little known disorder.
How to Use this Document. The guidelines included in this document have been developed by a sub-group of the Epilepsy Implementation Task Force for any patients and families and health care provider agencies engaged in the care of patients with epilepsy. The guidelines are based on current processes and represent expectations for the highest standards of epilepsy care.
Safety is always a top priority when a seizure occurs. Helmets and monitoring systems are only some of the ways to prevent injury. Learn more about these safety products to find the one that suits your lifestyle.
If you’re looking for quick facts at your fingertips, these brochures are the way to go. Everything you need to know about seizures, diagnosing epilepsy and first aid is now available in a handy, easy-to-read pamphlet.
Epilepsy is a very common neurological disorder, but there are many different types of epilepsy. Individually, a large number of epilepsy disorders are classified as rare diseases. A rare disease is one that affects a small number of people compared to the general population.
Orphanet is a web-based portal for all audiences that provides information on more than 5,000 rare diseases, including many different types of epilepsy.
The classroom is a great place to introduce students to epilepsy. Now with Perfection, you can start the conversation in your school. This program is specially designed to engage students in learning about seizure disorders through playacting and follow-up activities.