We provide information, resources, and community referrals to people with epilepsy and their families.
Epilepsy Ottawa is running a pilot project of Clinic to Community for adults with epilepsy. Participants in the pilot project will meet with a Clinic to Community Educator (family members and friends are welcome to attend this meeting as well), complete a survey prior to this meeting, and complete a survey one month after the meeting.
Epilepsy Connect Ottawa is a one-on-one peer mentor program for adults with epilepsy and parents whose children (young or grown) have epilepsy.
Those with epilepsy and their loved ones can join in on our social group for a great opportunity to meet other people living with epilepsy in a relaxed, informal setting.
Seizure Smart is a free program for schools, workplaces, and other groups that want to learn more about epilepsy and how to help someone having a seizure.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Seizure Types
- EEG (Electroencephalogram)
- Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES)
- Anti-Seizure Medications
- Epilepsy Surgery
- Complementary Therapies
- Ketogenic Diet Therapy for Epilepsy
- Drug-Resistant Epilepsy
- Planning for your Healthcare Appointment
- Epilepsy and Memory (Adults)
- Epilepsy and Depression
- Epilepsy and Anxiety
- Epilepsy and Women
- Seizure Response Dogs
- Physical Activity and Epilepsy
- Epilepsy and Driving in Ontario
- Drug Benefit Programs in Ontario
- Financial Support in Ontario
- Life Insurance and Epilepsy
- Epilepsy and Employment
- Epilepsy Disclosure Chart
- Epilepsy Disclosure in the Workplace
- I had a seizure at work. Now what?
- Looking For / Finding Work
- Rights and Responsibilities of Employees
- Rights and Responsibilities of Employers