The Epilepsy Foundation provides a range of education, programs and services for people with epilepsy, families, friends and those who care for and about epilepsy.
Many programs and services are available and implemented through our network of affiliates and often tailored to the commuities they serve. Some services are nationwide, such as wide ranging advocacy efforts, legal and government affairs, research, public awareness and outreach, and training programs for selected health care professionals and community caregivers.
For more information, contact the National Office at 800-EFA-1000 or your local Epilepsy Foundation affiliate.
In This Section:
- Epilepsy Foundation Individual and Family Services includes information on parent and family networks, parent support groups, adult and teenage support groups, children's programs, the J. Kiffin Penry Travel Assistance Fund and respite care.
- Education Programs offered by the Epilepsy Foundation include training for school nurses and other personnel, child care personnel, first responders, care coordinators, medical interpreters, and epilepy researchers.
- Patient Assistance has resources to assist with the cost of medications.
- Studio E is a multi-week art therapy program open to people with epilepsy in 30 U.S. cities, where participants are given the opportunity to creatively express themselves and their emotions.
- Epilepsy Foundation overnight camps are special places where kids with epilepsy can play, explore and learn together.
- When your child has other disabilities in addition to seizures, you may get help from the National & Community Resources on this list.
- Health Coverage contains information to help you understand your health plan's policies or get health care coverage.
- Transportation covers information about public transportation and paratransit serives, as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Information for Veterans with epilepsy and seizures
- Learn about the Rare Epilepsy Network (REN), an initiative created by and for patients with rare epilepsies and their caregivers and families.