Throughout the last week of March, our Shine Light on Epilepsy project was an opportunity for anyone in our community to share their experiences with epilepsy or show support for people and families living with seizure disorders. Check out some of the notes people shared
In Grade 5, I had my first seizures. My friends at school, my siblings and parents (and also myself…) didn’t know they were seizures. For part of my childhood, I had been a hyperactive and hard to predict child. So at first it seemed I was playing a role and seeking attention, but because I…
March is Epilepsy Awareness Month in Canada. It’s a great time for anyone with an interest in epilepsy to raise awareness, challenge myths, and help dismantle the stigma of epilepsy.
The International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) is holding an international art competition for all ages with the theme ‘Putting Epilepsy in the Picture’.