The Epilepsy Foundation's youth programs provide programs, services, support and connection to encourage young people living with epilepsy and seizures to empower themselves and each other.

Visit our For Youth section. 

Find help dealing with living with epilepsy, seizures in school, talking about epilepsy with your friends, driving, dating, sports and safety, and much more.

Twenty-20s Young Adult Epilepsy Awareness Group 

The Epilepsy Foundation and the North America International Bureau of Epilepsy (IBE) partnered to sponsor and support a group of young adults committed to impacting the perception of epilepsy. The Twenty-20s continue to empower people living with epilepsy to be remarkable.

Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program

Studio E by Shelle Hutton

Why Art Therapy?

Art is a natural way to communicate, relieve tension and express emotions. There are some things that many kids (and even adults!) cannot find the words to describe and art makes that easier. At the same time, young people are generally less guarded through art and may be able to communicate ideas more clearly. Studio E provides an opportunity to express emotions through fun and engaging activities. It builds a sense of community and connection.

Learn more about Studio E.

Email to find a Studio E program near you!

Kids Crew

Epilepsy Foundation Kids Crew

The Epilepsy Foundation thinks that kids have big hearts and are able to do amazing things. We created the Kids Crew because we believe you can excel in your journey with epilepsy. Learn how kids 14 and under, including siblings and friends, can get involved.

Comic Book Available: "Medikidz Explain Epilepsy"

Medikidz Explain Epilepsy

“Medikidz Explain Epilepsy” tells Jack’s story. He’s 14 years old and lives with epilepsy. Jack has five superhero friends whose mission is to help explain epilepsy to children living with the condition and their friends.

Get a copy of the comic book in our online store or order a free copy at



More Coming Soon!