Become a voice for epilepsy - become an Epilepsy Envoy – an online multi-week empowerment training program. Folks interested in advocacy should visit here. Our Seizure Safe Schools Bill is under consideration by the VT legislature as of today.
1:1 CLIENT SUPPORT
Whether it be a brief Q&A or an ongoing 1:1 relationship, support is available. We inform patients about the services available through Managing Epilepsy Well. In addition, we have a small pot of funds to help with emergencies such as preventing eviction, filling in copay gaps, etc. as a part of the Emergency Financial Assistance program.
Request 1:1 Support - fill out the form here or call 617 506 6041, option 2.
Learn more and request Emergency Financial Assistance
Offering 35 groups per month. Something for everyone to meet interests, epilepsy trajectory, and availability. We prefer to learn more about clients to place you in the right group. We pay a great deal of attention to group dynamics.
Learn more about groups and fill out an interest forms here
We offer camp for kids, online groups, and empower our youth through the Young Leader's Network. Our Camps include something for everyone – sailing, riding, sleepaways, family camps, and more.
Learn more about upcoming camps
Learn more about the Young Leaders Network
Adult programs offer a range of services that include meet-ups, retreats, and online social hour.
Fill out an Adult Interest Form to see which group is right for you
In addition to our online Knowledge Center, we offer Seizure First Aid certification monthly, workshops, conferences, and more. In addition, we offer an educational program for preK-grade 3 called My Friend Matty consisting of age-appropriate curriculum and book.
Visit the Knowledge Center to learn more about epilepsy, seizures, and more.
Check out our Events page for more information about upcomg workshops, conferences, and Seizure First Aid Training
Learn more about the My Friend Matty program.
Support for families who have lost a loved one to SUDEP including 1:1 support, financial assistance, and more.
Learn more about support for families.
Visit Light The Way Today to learn more about loss and information about SUDEP here.
Hope The Lion is free to anyone in VT. Hope reminds us: where there is a person living with epilepsy, there is Hope.
Learn more and request your own Hope Lion plushie