Have Your Say on Drug Shortages!
Health Canada is holding a public consultation on the current approach to drug shortages from May 22 to July 5, 2014. The Canadian Epilepsy Alliance encourages everyone concerned about drug shortages to participate.
The online consultation takes about 10-20 minutes to complete and will go a long way to making sure decision makers hear from the people most affected by drug shortages. You can also download the consultation questions and mail in your response. The consultation has additional background information before each question that you might find useful as well.
Please click here for more information.
“Positive Living With Epilepsy: Drop In Lunch and Learn Group”
If you have epilepsy and are having trouble living with this diagnosis, this group is for you.
The group takes place the last Friday of each month.
Please note that these groups are no longer being offered. We expect that they will resume sometime in the future; information will be posted here when it becomes available.
Offered by Dr. Antonina Omisade, R.Psych. Two self-help booklets by Dr, Omisade are available:
“Managing Memory Loss” and “Stress and Seizures”.
Click here for more information about the Drop In Groups.
Click here for Dr. Omisade’s presentation “The Mystery of Missing Memories:
Understanding Memory Problems in Epilepsy”.
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E-Action™ Info: Your Epilepsy Resource
E-Action™ Info, an App for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch designed to educate people living with epilepsy and all Canadians, is now available from the App Store.
Your all-in-one resource for epilepsy information, lifestyle tips, link to a seizure tracker and more! To download for free:
1. Access the App Store with your IPhone, IPad or IPod touch & search “E-Action Info”
2. Click to download and enjoy.
We support individuals with epilepsy through personal and public education, client-based services and (support of) research.
That people with epilepsy have an optimal quality of life.