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Social Media Campaigns
From time to time, the Epilepsy Foundation launches social media campaigns around specific topics. We invite you to engage throughout these campaigns by commenting and sharing information with your friends and followers.
May 2016 - Introducing TalkAboutIt.org
We’re excited to launch the new TalkAboutIt.org in partnership with epilepsy advocate and actor Greg Grunberg. The site will raise awareness about seizures, offer first aid information, and address misconceptions about the condition. Our thanks to Sunovion Pharmaceuticals for their sponsorship and support of the new #TalkAboutIt site.
November 2015 - National Epilepsy Awareness Month
#DareTo Go the Distance - focusing on helping people with epilepsy know all their treatment and therapy options as they strive to become seizure-free.
#DareTo Be Seizure Smart - harnessing the strength of our community and social media to improve seizure recognition and first aid awareness
August 2015 - #BackToSchool
During this campaign, we're sharing videos that answer important questions kids, teens, college students, and parents might have while getting ready to go back to school.
December 2014 - #EpilepsyAndFamily
During this campaign, we talked about epilepsy and the impact it can have on the entire family.
November 2014 - #DareTo Launch
We used the first 10 days of 2014's National Epilepsy Awareness Month to launch a new year-long education and awareness campaign -- #DareTo. We are boldly working to break down barriers that are stopping people with epilepsy from reaching their fullest potential -- and we are daring the general public to help us, too.
August 2014 - #BackToSchool
During this campaign, we talked about safety and tools to help you have a great year at school while managing your epilepsy and seizures.