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Epilepsy and the COVID-19 Pandemic in British Columbia Survey Results
Last month, we released a survey to determine the effect that the COVID-19 Pandemic had on people living with and affected by epilepsy in BC, including on their daily life, seizures, seizure frequency and more.…
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Epilepsy Has Had a Voice in the 2021 Budget Consultation
On August 21st, 2020, the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services released the “Report on the Budget 2021 Consultation”. This report was created based on the recommendations that they received during the 2021…
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WTF – Where’s The Focus: Side-by-Side Comparison of Adult Epilepsy Care and Funding in BC and Alberta
BC is a have-not province when it comes to the care and support provided to people living with epilepsy in BC and particularly within the adult epilepsy system. In fact, when compared with the care…
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Epilepsy and Getting There – Bike Safety and Epilepsy
Hey guys, this is Chris Winwood, the Epilepsy Outreach & Education Coordinator in Prince George. I wanted to talk with you guys today about biking and epilepsy. Read on to find out my story about…
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Epilepsy in the Wild – Tips on Hiking and Epilepsy
Hey guys, this is Chris Winwood, the Epilepsy Outreach & Education Coordinator in Prince George. I wanted to talk with you guys today about hiking and epilepsy. Read on to find out my tales about…
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What Triggers a Seizure in Someone with Epilepsy?
A trigger is something that could potentially induce a seizure in someone with epilepsy. Because epilepsy affects everyone that has it in different ways, what triggers a seizure in one person with epilepsy may not…
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