The Epilepsy Resource Centre is calling for volunteers who are interested in helping to facilitate the Thinking About Epilepsy program to Grade 5 classrooms throughout the region.
We are proud to introduce our new Education Coordinator - Claire Notman and Epilepsy Community Liaison - Elizabeth Moss.
We are thrilled to announce that the Epilepsy Resource Centre has received a three-year grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to fund an educational program called, Thinking About Epilepsy.
The Epilepsy Resource Centre is proud to announce the opening of the new “First Seizure Clinic” at Hotel Dieu Hospital. The clinic will not only drastically reduce...
The Thinking About Epilepsy program is designed to provide students and staff with seizure first-aid and information about epilepsy. More importanty, the program promotes tolerance and acceptance of people living with epilepsy.
Speaker Night 2014: Epilepsy In The Classroom
We are hosting our first speaker night presentation of the season with special guest speaker Dr. Elizabeth Kerr on the topic of epilepsy in the classroom. Dr. Kerr's presentation will be of interest to parents, educators, clinicians, and students. Everyone is welcome!