A List of our FREE Youth Programs:

CCK: Center for Courageous Kids   

*CAMP UPDATE: Due to COVID-19, Summer Camp Sessions and Fall Family Camp at CCK had to unfortunately be canceled. While we are saddened to hear this news, we are happy to put other people's safety first. At this time, CCK is sharing fun, at home activities in place of their in-person summer camp via their Facebook Page. We are looking to see what other options are available via CCK and will update our community once we have word!*

Have you heard of CCK? We partner with CCK twice a year to provide a FREE, fun camp experience for children with epilepsy across the state. We host a Summer Camp Experience, as well as a Fall Family Weekend Camp Experience for those impacted by epilepsy. Center for Courageous Kids has many different activities to engage your child - horseback riding, swimming, rock wall climbing, archery, arts and crafts and more, all geared towards children with different diagnoses who deserve a camp experience. 

CCK has a full medical facility on site, as well as well-trained and friendly counselors and staff to keep your child/children safe while at camp, and to ensure they have fun!

Would you like to help us provide this experience for our wonderful campers? Donate here!

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Kids Crew Program    

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The Epilepsy Foundation created a program for youth that are impacted by epilepsy to stay involved, make friends, and find a sense of community. The Kids Crew Program is FREE and is easy to register online. Visit here to learn more and how to register! 

The Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana will have periodic events held for our Kids Crew Members. If you have any suggestions or interests in a Kids Crew Program, please email aedwards@efa.org. 

Thank You to our Community Sponsors for making this program possible: 

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Lemonade for Livy 

The Epilepsy Foundation has an awareness and fundraising event that is held every year in the summer time to support the epilepsy community. Not only does it raise awareness for epilepsy in the community and help support the Epilepsy Foundation, but it is a fun way for children to become involved during hot summer weather! You can make your own virtual "Lemonade for Livy" stand for the year of 2020. Visit the Epilepsy Foundation's webpage here to learn more about the program, how to host your own stand, and about Livy's story! 


Purple Pumpkin Project 

This fall, people all over the country will be hosting Purple Pumpkin Parties to raise awareness about epilepsy and support the Epilepsy Foundation's mission. Register your celebration here and receive a personal webpage to tell your story, raise funds, and spread awareness Share photos of your firends and pumpkins on all of your Facebook and Instagram accounts and ask people to donate to your webpage.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana would love to work with you to host your Purple Pumpkin Project Event. If interested in hosting an event this fall, please email aedwards@efa.org to discuss details.

Thank You to our Community Sponsors for making this program possible: 

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Teens Speak Up! Program

TSU provides an opportunity for teens with epilepsy and their parents to visit the nation's capital, receive advocacy training, meet with their legislators, and tell their personal stories. Teens from across the country are nominated by affiliates and selected by the Foundation to participate in the program.