For other perspectives and further links related to epilepsy, you may want to visit some of the sites on this list. We cannot be responsible for the content of other sites, but do let us know if you experience problems with any of these links.

General information and resources
American Epilepsy Society Epilepsy Education Program
BrainTalk Communities: Online patient support groups for neurology (from Massachusetts General Hospital) -- a large and active site with separate forums for epilepsy and a very wide range of other disorders.
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion: A page dedicated to some general information on epilepsy.
CarpeDB is a dynamic epilepsy genetics database sponsored by a National Science Foundation CAREER Award and the Department of Biological Sciences at The University of Alabama.CarpeDB serves as a novel source for both epilepsy researchers and the public by featuring scores of "epilepsy genes" and associated publications in one location.
The website of the Columbia University Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, including patient education, information about services available for the complete care of patients with epilepsy, and links to other useful websites.
The website of the Epilepsy Center, an organization that provides services in northwestern Ohio. Features safety tips, posters for sale, and extensive links.
Website of The Epilepsy Foundation, the U.S. national organization that works for people affected by seizures. A good place to get reliable information, especially on legal affairs and community services.
The website of The Epilepsy Institute, a social-service organization for people with epilepsy in New York City and Westchester County, New York.
Website of Epilepsy Toronto, a non-profit oragnization dedicated to the promotion of independence and optimal quality of life for all people with epilepsy and their families. They offer a range of epilepsy support services, information programs and education to the public.
Epilepsy & Brain Mapping Program: A comprehensive healthcare center in Pasadena, California, for treating adult and pediatric epilepsy and other neurological disorders with seizures., a website created by the American Academy of Family Physicians: General information on epilepsy.
The website of the Long Island Comprehensive Epilepsy Center.
Mayo Clinic is a world leader in developing innovative ways to diagnose and treat epilepsy in children and adults.
The website of the National Association of Epilepsy Centers. Find a comprehensive epilepsy center near you!
Epilepsy information and local resource centers in St. Loius, MO.
National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities: Epilepsy information and resources.
New York University-Mount Sinai Comprehensive Epilepsy Center website. Information and useful links. The center includes a special program for people with tuberous sclerosis.
The website of Parents Against Childhood Epilepsy,an organization that provides support for parents of children with epilepsy. Features information regarding fundraising efforts in support of advances in medical research of epilepsy.
Suncoast Epilepsy Association: A Florida, non-profit organization which provides services to individuals with epilepsy in Pinellas and Pasco Counties.
The Pediatric Epilepsy Project at UCLA (PEP) was formed with a single, all-important mission: to raise funds, provide financial support and increase community awareness to help sustain the Division of Pediatric Neurology at UCLA.
The Ring Chromosome 20 Foundation was created to provide information,resources and assistance to families affected by ring chromosome 20 syndrome. It is both a registered charity in the United Kingdom and a New York City based non-profit organization.
A list of epilepsy websites primarily for parents of children with epilepsy.
"Growing Up with Epilepsy" is a ThinkQuest website created by two young, gifted students with their teacher as their coach.
University of Washington: Professor's website containing epilepsy information and resources.
Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Department of Neurosurgery: Contains general facts on epilepsy along with links to numerous websites for the epilepsy community of Wake Forest, as well as, various other sites containing helpful information on epilepsy.

International sites (in English)
A UK website with information on epilepsy and local resources for UK residents living with epilepsy.
The BC Epilepsy Society is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to serving the British Columbians living with epilepsy, and their families.
Epilepsy Bereaved is the leading voluntary organisation in the UK and Internationally on Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) and other epilepsy related deaths.
A German online museum which features artwork, history and virtual tours.
The website for Epilepsy Canada, featuring information on Canadian resources as well as general facts. Also includes "Kidz Korner" with reassuring explanations for children.
Epilepsy Ontario: A website with information on epilepsy and support and volunteer opportunities for the local Ontario epilepsy community.
Epilepsy Association Australia: A growing site with information offered separately for adults, children, and teens. Good general information for everyone and offers of many services for people in Australia.
The website of Epilepsy Action, the working name of the British Epilepsy Association.
Epilepsy Support: A British site offering patient-to-patient community support.
The website of the Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria, Australia. You can participate in rating the websites included in the interesting list of links here, including some in other languages. Also some good practical tips.
The website of the International Bureau for Epilepsy, a European-based group dedicated to improving the non-medical aspects of life with epilepsy around the world. The site also includes links to groups in many countries.
International League Against Epilepsy: A preeminent association of physicians and other health professionals working towards a world where no persons' life is limited by epilepsy. This website contains plenty of helpful information on epilepsy.

Website of the American Epilepsy Society, which promotes research and education for health care professionals.
Center Watch: A comprehensive list of epilepsy clinical studies going on throughout the United States.
The site of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, the part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health that covers brain disorders. News about research developments and clinical trials.