The Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado Expands to Serve State of Wyoming

 

We are excited to now serve people living with epilepsy in Wyoming! Founded in 1964 in Colorado, we are the leading nonprofit health organization in the region dedicated to connecting, educating, and empowering to improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy.

Together with our partners at the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND), we look forward to bringing our programs, services, and support to the nearly 6,000 people in Wyoming who live with epilepsy.

We provide information and referrals for anyone affected by epilepsy and host a variety of programs and events throughout the year.

  • Th1nk 26 is a free monthly webinar series, offered virtually and accessible to anyone throughout the region. Led by neurologists, epileptologists, and other healthcare professionals, these presentations cover thought-provoking topics centered around epilepsy, diagnosis, treatment options, surgery, dietary therapies, neurofeedback and more. View past webinars.
  • The Epilepsy Connect Symposium is an annual conference that brings together the brightest minds in epilepsy research and treatment to share the latest and most relevant information to educate and empower individuals impacted by epilepsy to make the best health care decisions possible. View the 2020 presentations.
  • PACES and Project UPLIFT are 8-week, phone-based skill building programs designed to help improve self-management and related health outcomes for adults with epilepsy. Learn more.

For more information on the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities, visit www.uwyo.edu/wind.