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Voices of Epilepsy

Provincial strategy could create a stronger epilepsy community

July 20, 2012

Gerry Cockburn says one of the greatest possibilities that could stem from a provincial epilepsy strategy would be a stronger sense of community created amongst people living with epilepsy and medical professionals who treat the neurological disorder. Cockburn, a 55-year-old retired educator, has had epilepsy since he was 10. He says one of the things…

Strategy would bring relief to northern Ontarians living with epilepsy

July 12, 2012

While a provincial epilepsy strategy would help people affected by the neurological disorder access services in a timely manner, it would be especially beneficial to people living in northwestern Ontario, who often must travel long distances to receive treatment, says Trevor Lewis. Lewis and his 18-year-old daughter Katie live in Thunder Bay. They are both…

People affected by epilepsy asked to take important survey

July 5, 2012

People living with epilepsy and their families have been asked to participate in an important research project that could have great impact on helping attract government funding in areas to enhance the lives of those affected by the neurological disorder. Researchers were accepting input from adults aged 17 and older who are living with epilepsy,…

New Location and Contact Information

June 28, 2012

Epilepsy Ontario has moved! If you wish to get in touch with us,  you can reach us: Location:  3100 Steeles Avenue East Suite 803 Markham, ON L3R 8T3 Canada Phone: 905-474-9696 1-800-463-1119 (toll free in Ontario) Fax: 905-474-3663 Email: [email protected] Thank you for your patience as we go through our move!