Youth Leadership Opportunites

Youth Council
Youth Council is for teens/young adults ages 15-22 who have been diagnosed with epilepsy or are a sibling or a child of a parent who has been diagnosed with epilepsy.  If you are compelled to make a difference and speak out about epilepsy, this could be the opportunity for you!  To join or for more information, contact us at marcee@epilepsycolorado.org or 303-377-9774.  

Kids Kouncil
Kids Kouncil is for kids ages 11-14 who have been diagnosed with epilepsy or are a sibling or a child of a parent who has been diagnosed with epilepsy.  If you are a natural born leader, want to speak out about epilepsy, and would like to meet other young leaders with epilepsy, this may be the opportunity for you!  To join or for more information, contact us at marcee@epilepsycolorado.org or 303-377-9774.  

Kids Speak Up!
A teenager is carefully selected each year to go to Washington DC and meet with their elected officials on Capitol Hill.  This is an opportunity for receive training and to advocate for those living with epilepsy in the state of Colorado on the legislative level.

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Donate We encourage you to make a tax-deductible gift to support our efforts. You can also help with a donation of your gently used clothing and household items. Your support is urgently needed, and always very much appreciated.

Connect with the epilepsy community and help us raise funds and awareness at the Strides for Epilepsy 5K Colorado Springs on Saturday, September 27th.

Learn how to Manage Students with Seizures through our FREE training program for school nurses - available online or in-person. Contact Marcee Peterson for more information.

Activate your political voice by speaking out to our local and national representatives about current legislation that would expand the availability of Cannabidiol for the treatment of Epilepsy.

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