Epilepsy Resources

Information and Referrals

We provide resources to ensure appropriate and accurate information for those impacted by epilepsy. Our goal is to connect, education and empower those in the epilepsy community to inspire you to successfully manage your healthcare and lives.

Our team is dedicated to helping you navigate your journey with epilepsy. Armed with expertise and compassion, we give you the tools, information and referrals to resources needed to help you take control of:

  • Proper medical protocol, personal health maintenance and referrals.
  • Managing mental and emotional health.
  • Legal rights, the power of the ADA, and the benefits and risks of disclosure.
  • Students’ rights to a proper education and a productive relationship with your school.
  • Advocating for yourself and others.
  • Access to therapeutic approaches to better manage your condition.

Email info@epilepsycolorado.org or call us at 303-377-9774 (888-378-9779 toll-free) to talk to a care navigation manager. 

Locate a neurologist or epilepsy specialist

Events

Connect with others at Educational conferences, Walk to End Epilepsy events, Advocacy events and more…

Epilepsy Education

Learn about different types of seizures and how to respond to someone having a seizure. 

Community Resources

Useful information and links for parents, families and caregivers dealing with Epilepsy.

Networking & Support Groups

There are a number of support and networking groups available to people with epilepsy and families in the region.

Local Epilepsy Centers

Connect with others throughout the region at Educational conferences, Kids Crew Events, Walk to End Epilepsy events, Support Groups, Advocacy events and more…

Volunteer Opportunities

Useful information and links for parents, families and caregivers dealing with Epilepsy.

Advocacy

There are a number of support and networking groups available to people with epilepsy and families in the DC metro area. These groups are not affiliated with the Epilepsy Foundation.

Newsletter

There are a number of support and networking groups available to people with epilepsy and families in the DC metro area. These groups are not affiliated with the Epilepsy Foundation.