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Clinic Support Services
Our staff meet with families attending the Neurology Clinics at BC Children's Hospital (BCCH), Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) and the Jimmy Pattison Outpatient Clinic at Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH) to provide… Learn More
Partners in Teaching
The BC Epilepsy Society provides epilepsy information and free educational workshops for schools through our Partners in Teaching program. We also provide paid workshops for other organizations who wish to… Learn More
Lecture Series & Educational Events
Each year, our Society hosts Speaking of Epilepsy, a series of lectures on a wide variety of epilepsy related topics. This allows you to get up-to-date and accurate information from… Learn More
Women in Mind
Women and girls with epilepsy have unique health concerns. As a result of these differences, women with epilepsy can face special challenges. This includes issues relating to reproductive health, hormonal… Learn More
Peer Support
The BC Epilepsy Society offers opportunities for individuals living with epilepsy, their families, and friends to get better connected and strengthen their support networks. This includes offering support groups, peer support contacts,… Learn More
Epilepsy Friends Forever (EFF)
Epilepsy Friends Forever (EFF) was introduced as a way for children, youth, and adolescents living with epilepsy to have fun and relax with their peers, with whom they share common experiences.  These sessions provide… Learn More
BC Epilepsy Parents Network (BCEPN)
Parents of children with epilepsy comprise a significant portion of our membership which is why we have started a support group for parents of children with epilepsy. The BC Epilepsy Parents Network… Learn More
Epilepsy Surgery Friends Network
Have you ever been offered surgery for epilepsy, and are deliberating the options?  Conversely, have you ever had surgery and did it work? Undergoing surgery can be a time of… Learn More
Kootenay Region Support Groups
The support groups offer support to individuals living in the Kootenays region. The groups will meet in-person at the Rocky Mountain Behaviour Analysts office located at 108 B 7th Ave South. Cranbrook, B.C. V1J 2J4. Additionally, the group… Learn More

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