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Epilepsy Foundation Your Unwavering Ally Epilepsy Foundation

10/23/2014
10:38 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Epilepsy Foundation Your Unwavering Ally Epilepsy Foundation

Here you will find the most current and professionally verified information on all aspects of epilepsy diagnosis and treatment, seizure management and optimal.

We encourage innovation in accelerating new treatments and therapies.

We are here for you, whether you live with epilepsy, have a loved one with seizures or have a desire to improve lives for people impacted by epilepsy.

Our Epilepsy & Seizures 24/7 Helpline is also available to answer your questions. On this site, you will also be invited to become part of a dedicated community who work together to provide help, hope and support to each other.

We advocate for improved rights and regulations involving people living with epilepsy.

You will have the opportunity to learn the very latest news on epilepsy therapies and innovations. You can also find and participate in clinical trials.

Our affiliates around the country provide direct services to individuals, families, and community pillars like schools, police and first responders. And, we encourage you to find your local Epilepsy Foundation.

is a vibrant and ever-growing website. The Epilepsy Foundation is here for you. Welcome!. You will notice the ability to leave comments throughout the site, and we encourage you to do so.

We encourage you to use our Find a Doctor tool if you need medical services. is your website. Here you will find the most current and professionally verified information on all aspects of epilepsy diagnosis and treatment, seizure management and optimal care.

The Foundation is a community-based, family-led organization dedicated to improving the lives of all people impacted by seizures. The Epilepsy Foundation is your unwavering ally on your journey with epilepsy and seizures.

We educate about proper seizure awareness, recognition and first aid.

We provide programs, services and support in your community.

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Therapy Epilepsy Foundation - Facebook

12/22/2014
08:16 | Author: Allison King

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Therapy Epilepsy Foundation - Facebook

Epilepsy Therapy Project, Landover, Maryland. 27961 likes · 243 talking about this · 3 were here. A project of the Epilepsy Foundation to accelerate new.

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Epilepsy Therapy Project - NINDS - National Institutes of Health

10/21/2014
06:26 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Epilepsy Therapy Project - NINDS - National Institutes of Health

Epilepsy Therapy Project. Epilepsy Therapy Project P.O. Box 742 10. N. Pendleton Street Middleburg, VA 20118. ..

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Studio E The Epilepsy Art Therapy - Your Partner In Epilepsy

8/20/2014
04:12 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Studio E The Epilepsy Art Therapy - Your Partner In Epilepsy

With Lundbeck's support, Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program helps you to express your emotions about epilepsy that may be difficult to explain to.

Lundbeck partners with the Epilepsy Foundation to bring, Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program to people living with epilepsy.

View the Studio E art gallery to learn more about our past participants and see what prints are available for purchase.

Living with epilepsy can be challenging and art therapy may be beneficial in working through how the condition impacts an individual's life. Through this multi-week art therapy program, participants are given the opportunity to creatively express themselves and their emotions.

Lundbeck does not control, recommend or endorse and is not responsible for any linked site or its content that you are about to access.

The creative process of art can help resolve conflicts, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, reduce stress and much more. Art therapy can help people sift through feelings that are sometimes too difficult to verbalize.

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Express yourself through art. Enrich your life. Explore your creative side.

Check out a complete list of Studio E locations or see our events calendar which includes dates and locations of upcoming programs.

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Epilepsy surgery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

6/19/2014
02:30 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Epilepsy surgery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Such patients are potential candidates for surgical epilepsy treatment. First line therapy for epilepsy involves treatment with anticonvulsive drugs, also called.

Hemispherectomy involves removal or a functional disconnection of most or all of one half of the cerebrum. Because of these and other side-effects, it is usually reserved for patients having exhausted other treatment options. It is reserved for people with the most catastrophic epilepsies, such as those due to Rasmussen syndrome. If the surgery is performed on very young patients (2–5 years old), the remaining hemisphere may acquire some rudimentary motor control of the ipsilateral body; in older patients, paralysis results on the side of the body opposite to the part of the brain that was removed.

However, in up to one third of patients with epilepsy, medications alone will be unable to eliminate seizures, or cause unacceptable adverse effects.

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