Epilepsy Ottawa is running a pilot project of Clinic to Community for adults who have been diagnosed with epilepsy in the last 18 months. The goals of the program are to provide information, connect participants to a network of support services, and to reduce the burden of epilepsy.
Are you struggling with epilepsy and looking to connect with someone who has face similar experiences?
Epilepsy Connect Ottawa is a one-on-one peer mentor program for adults with epilepsy and parents whose children (young or grown) have epilepsy.
“The more people feel well taken care of, feel like the system is on their side, the better the quality of life for all of us who live here.”
By Mitch Jackson The future of epilepsy research involves a wide range of areas, from medical marijuana to wearable headsets that can monitor brainwaves. EpLink – The Epilepsy Research Program of the Ontario Brain Institute began in 2010 with a mandate to reduce seizures and improve quality of life for people with epilepsy through research.…