You are here:HomeBlog
Stay Healthy During the Holidays
The holiday season can be an overwhelming time for many people. This is particularly true when you or your loved one lives with the challenges of epilepsy. Below are some tips to help reduce the…
Read more...
The Relationship Between Memory and Epilepsy
It is not uncommon for people with epilepsy to report problems with their memory. Sometimes these problems are the result of difficulties forming new memories and sometimes they are due to difficulties retrieving or remembering…
Read more...
Halloween Celebration and Safety Tips
Halloween is considered amongst most kids (and adults) as one of the best events of the year. Dressing up in costume, trick or treating, going to parties, and indulging in treats are fun for all…
Read more...
Living at Full Volume with Epilepsy
This is a post written by a guest contributer to our blog. Sita runs the popular epilepsy-themed blog called Life at Full Volume. Below she shares her story about her experiences of living with epilepsy. I…
Read more...
Back to School: An Action Plan
Going back to or starting school is an exciting time for children and parents. Getting new school supplies, seeing old friends, working with a new teacher, and perhaps even going to a new school! For…
Read more...
Humour as a Coping Skill
The expression “laughter is the best medicine,” is quite applicable for many people with epilepsy. Laughter and humour have several types of positive therapeutic effects. Below are some insights that Randy Perkins shared in his article Learning…
Read more...
Page 2 of 3

Donate Today

As a non-profit, charitable organization, the BC Epilepsy Society relies on individuals like you to help us deliver our support and education programs.

DONATE NOW

Become a Member!

Join today to receive our monthly and bi-annual e-newsletter

 

SIGN UP