Maine Epilepsy Resources
Epilepsy Services in Maine:
Epilepsy Foundation New England is happy to offer individuals living with seizures in Maine the following resources to help better manage life with a diagnosis of epilepsy.
Epilepsy Resource Rooms
Epilepsy Research Rooms have been set-up at hospitals and medicals centers throughout Massachusetts & New Hampshire to offer active listening while providing community resources, individualized support, education, and services to help people manage their epilepsy and challenges related to epilepsy. Support is free and open to anyone living with epilepsy and caregivers for people living with epilepsy. Services are provided to children, youth, and adults.
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Maine Epilepsy Centers
The following epilepsy centers may be of interest to those individuals living in Maine:
Maine Transportation Options
If you, your family member, or your consumers need to get to local or long distance medical appointments in Maine, the following transportation service options may be available:
Maine 211 Transportation
Maine 211 provides basic transportation needs of the community including the local and long-distance conveyance of people and goods, and special arrangements for older adults, people with disabilities and other community residents who have no personal transportation and are unable to utilize public transportation. Also included are programs that provide information, emergency assistance and other supportive services to meet the needs of tourists, travelers and other visitors.
Care is a global need without geographic or demographic boundaries. At some point, every person and every family will have care needs, be it for children, seniors, pets or even homes.
Learn more about Care.com for Maine.
This website was developed to assist Mainers with disabilities, their families, and providers. There is also lots of information here that is useful to employers, educators, researchers, and the general public.
Maine 211 offers an easy way for callers in the Pine Tree State to access information about critical health and human services available in their community from one simple resource. In most cases, 211 is ideal for those seeking assistance accessing government benefits and services, connecting to nonprofit organizations, finding support groups or volunteer opportunities, reaching donation programs, and accessing other local resources.