Welcome to the ME and NH Resource Center for Epilepsy
The Center for Disease Control issued a new prevalence rate of 3 - 4 million Americans affected by epilepsy. With so many adults, families and children affected by the condition, the Epilepsy Foundation of MA, RI, NH & ME has created a web page which caters to the unique needs Maine and New Hampshire and the resources available in each state. It is crucial that we educate
and advocate for our families and have the best resources at our fingertips.
Please contact us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments or suggestions.
For more information call 207-602-6160 or email email@example.com
Two New Parent Family Support Network Groups
in Concord and Manchester NH
Next meetings: Saturdays, 9:00-11:00 a.m.
The Children's Place & Parents Education Center
27 Burns Ave.
Childcare available for Concord meeting
www.thechildrensplacenh.org for directions
Co-Facilitators: Jay & Allison Goodwin
Next Meetings: Mondays, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Manchester Community College
1066 Front St.
Room 107 in the library
Facilitator: Jessica Price
For more information contact Susan Welby 617-506-6041 x19
Keep Yourself Informed
Driving Laws By State
Everyday Tips for Parents and Teens
Tip sheets ranging in topics from - Traveling with your child who has epilepsy to Tips for Teens when transitioning into adulthood, the Wisconsin Seizure Control Network has compiled thorough and useful sheets to use with your family, friends and social network.
Sign up for our and talk to others in the community living with Epilepsy.
This Interest Group of eCommunities provides a serious place where people facing issues and concerns about living and dealing with seizure disorders or epilepsy can meet and exchange ideas, support and experience. Topics include "Parents Helping Parents," "Teen Group," "Help Forum," "The Lounge" and more. Click here to enter.