Seizure Smart

Seizure Smart is a free program designed for schools, workplaces and other organizations that facilitates sensitivity and awareness for the people with epilepsy in their community. Participants will learn the three “R”s of epilepsy: Recognize, Respond, and Respect. In addition to learning what a seizure looks like; how seizures can affect ones life; what to do when a seizure arises; and what not to do in response to one.

Become Seizure Smart! Schedule a presentation for your group, school or workplace.

Contact us to arrange a presentation.

The growing list of organizations that have become Seizure Smart:

Bayshore Public School

Canada Post employees

City View Centre for Children & Family Services

École Pierre Elliot Trudeau

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Jack Donohue Public School

Lakeview Public School

Lanark County Support Services

Minto Aquatic Club lifeguards

Rural Public Health Fair – Osgoode

Ottawa U Faculty of Medicine

Our Lady of Sorrows School

Pinecrest Public School

Richmond Public School

St. Francis of Assisi

St. Elizabeth School

St. Isidore Catholic School

St. Rita Catholic School

Thomas Darcy McGee P.S.

Torah Academy of Ottawa

Bronson Centre staff

Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Community Co-op Play School

Forest Valley School

Lady Evelyn Public School

Metcalf Women’s Health Fair

Metcalfe – Epilepsy Awareness & Euchre Night

Ottawa-Carleton Immigration Services

Ottawa Fire Department recruits

Ottawa Independent Living Resource Center

OCAPDD members

Order of the Eastern Star, Calumet Island

Ottawa U Faculty of Education

Palmer Rapids Public School

Public Health Nurses – School Age Health Program, City of Ottawa

Ray Friel Community Centre

Southeast Ottawa Centre

Stittsville Public School and Community Co-op Preschool