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In addition, we educate the general public to help improve understanding of epilepsy, seizure recognition, and first aid.
is the largest online education and community portal in the world for epilepsy education and awareness, with over 19 million global visitors a year. His seizures – sometimes hundreds a day – slowed his mental and emotional development.
We are committed to people with epilepsy, their family members, and caregivers; to advocating for funding for epilepsy programs, research, and a cure; to policies that promote research and innovation; to improving access to and coverage of quality care and essential services; and to the protection of the rights of individuals with disabilities.
These broad goals guide our federal and state advocacy activities. He tried many medications, but nothing completely controlled his seizures. Giving means you can help us prevent tragedies like Kevin's family experienced.
We foster the development of new scientists and support research that leads to better treatments and care and an end to SUDEP.
We strive for excellence, innovation, and radical thinking to end epilepsy.
Adults living with autism need a safe, comfortable environment in which to live and in which they can receive 24/7 assistance and support.
Autism Services of Southwest Louisiana (ASSL) and its partner non-profit provider agency, Direct Care Inc., offer Medicaid waiver services (Children's Choice, New Opportunities Waiver, Supervised Independent Living) in a warm, family-like community-based setting for adults throughout Southwest Louisiana and beyond.
Online schools in Louisiana also offer unique academic programs, such as Catholic theology and transportation planning.
We provide educational support for individuals and families to help make sure they can manage and control their seizures to the best of their ability.
Special initiatives help individuals and caregivers improve their overall health and raise awareness about the risk of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP).
The Epilepsy Foundation is the only national organization dedicated to helping people pursue seizure freedom.
The Epilepsy Foundation, a national non-profit with over 50 local organizations throughout the United States, has led the fight against seizures since 1968.