This free educational presentation is offered around the state of Colorado. Led by a neurologist/epileptologist, the presentation involves open discussion about epilepsy and treatment options beyond medications including vagus nerve stimulation, surgery, ketogenic diet, neurofeedback and more. The seminars are a great way to learn about epilepsy, ask questions of the medical professionals and meet others in your community.
Connect with others through the Epilepsy Foundation’s online community forum. These forums allow you to connect with others worldwide in a safe online community that is monitored by the Epilepsy Foundation. There are many different groups for people of all ages who are dealing a variety of issues related to epilepsy.
Epilepsy Foundation now offers online bereavement support community.
A free, multi-week program that encourages one to explore and connect through creativity in an accepting and safe group setting. Led by a licensed art therapist, Studio E lets participants express and process feelings about their epilepsy through the creation of art. Studio E is made possible through a grant from Lundbeck and occurs at least once per year in Colorado. There is no need to be an artist to participate. Check our calendar for upcoming dates.
Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado hosts a variety of support groups in the community. They are not therapeutic in nature. Our Circle of Friends support groups provide educational and emotional support in a positive environment for people living with epilepsy and their families. They are led by trained volunteers who are dedicated to epilepsy support. Feel free to contact the leaders directly to inquire about the group you are interested in. To explore a leadership role please call 303-377-9774 or 888-378-9779 or email us.