Resource Materials

Below is a list of our educational resource materials. If you require more information, or would like to request a physical copy of these guides, please contact us. Resource Binder A resource manual for individuals with epilepsy, their families and those who support...

Info for Seniors

Many people think epilepsy is a condition of childhood. However, seniors are at greater risk than young people for developing epilepsy. With the rapid aging of the population, the number of new cases of epilepsy is expected to rise. Strokes are the main cause of...

Info for Parents

As a parent, the diagnosis of epilepsy may have you feeling a range of emotions from dismay, guilt, concern and fear. We are here to support you as you navigate your way on this journey. We can be an ear to listen and then help you connect with services in your...

Info for Teens

If you are a teen and found out you have epilepsy, you may be feeling a wide variety of emotions and thinking about a wide variety of questions. It is not uncommon for a person to have a seizure. In fact 1 in 10 Canadians will have a seizure in their lifetime. People...

Info for Adults

If you are an adult with epilepsy, welcome to the first step in understanding more about your diagnosis. We understand that your diagnosis of epilepsy may be overwhelming in the beginning. You are trying to figure out what all this means and the implications for your...