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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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Happy Mothers Day – Tips for Mothers with Epilepsy
Mother’s Day is May 10th and all of us at the BC Epilepsy Society and the I AM A VOICE for Epilepsy Awareness campaign think it is a great time to discuss mothers with epilepsy.…
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Happy Mothers Day – Tips for Mothers of Children with Epilepsy
Mother’s Day is May 10th and all of us at the BC Epilepsy Society and the I AM A VOICE for Epilepsy Awareness campaign think it is a great time to discuss mothers of children…
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