Many people are concerned about the possibility of drug shortages in the future and the drug shortages database (drugshortagescanada.ca) is being closely monitored. Epilepsy Ottawa, Epilepsy Ontario, and other community epilepsy agencies are working with the Canadian Epilepsy Alliance and other partners to help put a response plan in place in case a shortage occurs…
Friendship and Inclusion is the theme for International Epilepsy Day 2020! Submit an original art piece of your own for your chance to win!
The Ontario Brain Institute’s (OBI) epilepsy research program (EpLink) is looking to better understand the questions Canadians have about epilepsy and seizures.
Youth shared their epilepsy stories through photography, narrative story writing, and vlogs in the Epilepsy Perspective Images Club (E.P.I.C.). Join us on to celebrate them and their stories.