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BC Epilepsy Society Presentation to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services
On Thursday June 11th, the BC Epilepsy Society had the opportunity to present to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services during the 2021 Budget Consultation process. During this presentation, Kim Davidson, CEO…
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Online Support Group Updates
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person support groups have been cancelled. We understand that support networks are important for people living with epilepsy for optimal health and wellness so we are pleased to be putting…
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Service Dogs for People Living with Epilepsy
You may have seen the article about the young girl living with epilepsy whose service dog was also given a spot in her yearbook and may be wondering if you would also be able to…
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May is National Teen Self-Esteem Month – Self-Esteem of Teens with Epilepsy
May is National Teen Self-Esteem Month and we think that it is a great time to talk about the importance of self-esteem for teens with epilepsy. It has been found that people with good self-esteem…
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May is National Emergency Preparedness Month – Get Prepared with Epilepsy!
May is National Emergency Preparedness Month and it is important for everyone to Know the Risks, to Make a Plan and to Get a Kit. Getting prepared for emergencies (such as power outages, floods, wildfires,…
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Facing The “New Normal”
Less than two months ago, COVID-19 changed our definition of "normal" and now, as the province begins to enter a gradual reopen, we are facing a "new normal". Last week, the official plan to gradually…
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