Wednesday Webinars

Wednesday Webinars

Each week, Epilepsy Foundation New England will feature a new speaker and topic related to epilepsy. 

Below is the list of currently scheduled webinars. 


January 24th - Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) Treatment Advances with Dr. Elizabeth Thiele

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February 27th - Medication Advances For Pediatric Epilepsy

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March 6th - Planning Your Future: A Guide To Transition

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March 13th - Epilepsy & Memory

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March 20th -  Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) Therapy - Presented By LivaNova

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April 10th - Brain Imaging: Abnormalities & What They Mean

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Check out some of the future topics:

- Embrace Watch Presented by Empatica

- Accommodations For School Children Living With Epilepsy

- Epilepsy Surgeries Part 1: An Overview for Patients

- Epilepsy Surgeries Part 2: Epilepsy Monitoring

- Epilepsy and Mood

- Dravet: Understanding Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment, and Connecting with Community

- Medication: Adherence, Side Effects, and Communicating with your Provider

- Epilepsy and Sleep

- Ketogenic Therapies in Pediatric and Adult Patients

- Medication Advances for Pediatric Epilepsy

- Responsive Neurostimulation (RNS)

- Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizure (PNES) 

- What is CBT, DBT, ACT

- Understanding Genetics

- Medical Trauma

- EFNE Resource Share: Working Together to Help Our Community

- Guardianship


Here are a few of the previous topics.  Be sure to check out the EFNE YouTube page here for recorded Wednesday Webinars.

- A Guide to Service Dogs

- Cannabidiol 101 with Dr. John Gaitanis - Presented by Jazz

- Supporting Siblings Of Children Living With Epilepsy

- ADA: Disability Rights, Employment, Disclosure and Empowerment through Advocacy and Public Policy

- Newly Diagnosed?  An Overview of Epilepsy for Adults diagnosed with Epilepsy

- Newly Diagnosed (En Español)

- Understanding SUDEP: Information For People Living With Epilepsy 

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The Epilepsy Foundation New England is here to serve and assist the epilepsy community. We partner with the Epilepsy Foundation of America to provide access to information, resources, and support for our constituents.