BCES Women’s Circle

BCES Women's Circle

Please note that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all BC Epilepsy Society In-Person Support Groups, including the BCES Women’s Circle have been cancelled and have been replaced with online support groups. For information on our online support groups, please click here.

Imagine a circle of women going through similar experiences as you, who listen to what you have to say and hear the very best in you, even when you may not be able to find it in yourself.

Imagine a circle of sisters who not only hear your words, but also hear your voice, your emotions and your energy.

Imagine a circle of supporters who want nothing more to lift you up and help you in your time of need.

This is what the BCES Women’s Circle is all about.

As a woman living with epilepsy, you may be concerned about how epilepsy will affect your life or fear that you are dealing with epilepsy alone or feel as though you are the only person living with epilepsy. At the BCES Women’s Circle, the pain, issues or concerns of each woman are recognized and validated.

Sharing your experiences during the BCES Women’s Circle and learning from others will help put your mind at ease because the more you learn about epilepsy and how to cope with it, the less that epilepsy will be a huge concern in your life.

Listening to others share their experiences during the BCES Women’s Circle will introduce you to new possibilities of behaving during and dealing with various situations related to epilepsy because so much wisdom can be found from others.

The BCES Women’s Circle will start in February. Each session meets on the third Thursday of every month from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at the BC Epilepsy Society office at #610 – 4180 Lougheed Highway, Burnaby, BC V5C 4B3. For more information or to register, please email sonia@bcepilepsy.com.

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