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Memory Tips for People Living with Epilepsy
People living with epilepsy may face issues with memory as a result of their epilepsy, their seizures, their medication, or a combination of all three. If you face issues with your memory, you are not…
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Project UPLIFT Comes to BC!
The BC Epilepsy Society is pleased to offer Project UPLIFT, a program that uses CBT and mindfulness skills to help people living with epilepsy with their mental health, including depression, stress and anxiety. This 8-week program will…
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Epilepsy and Halloween – Tips to Stay Safe
As the air gets colder, we are reminded that Halloween is quickly approaching. This holiday, which originated from All Hallows Eve, the last day of the Celtic calendar, and a Pagan holiday to honour the…
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Free Online Epilepsy Conferences in November
November is Epilepsy Awareness Month in the US and several US-based epilepsy organizations are hosting free online epilepsy conferences during the month of November, all of which will feature internationally renowned expert speakers. Please see…
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October is SUDEP Action Month and October 23rd is SUDEP Action Day
The month of October is known as SUDEP Action Month, which is a month-long awareness event that culminates in SUDEP Action Day on October 23rd. The goal of both SUDEP Action Month and SUDEP Action…
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BC Adult Epilepsy Consumer Report Card 2020
Last month, we released our Your Voice Matters: Adult Epilepsy Report Card survey to allow people living with and affected by epilepsy in BC to their voice to share their experiences with the adult epilepsy…
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