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January 30th is Bell Let’s Talk Day – Stigma & Epilepsy
January 30th is Bell Let’s Talk Day, when social media will be used to raise funds to support mental health initiatives. On this day, Bell will contribute 5¢ towards mental health initiatives for: Every text…
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Epilepsy and the Family
Epilepsy affects not only the individual living with epilepsy, but also affects their families because, in a way, all members of a family unit of individuals living with epilepsy also suffer from the condition. If…
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Coping with Epilepsy During the Holidays
While the holiday season can be a fun and exciting time full of seeing family and friends, giving and receiving gifts and eating delicious food, they can also often bring unwelcome guests such as stress.…
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What Are Your Epilepsy Resolutions?
New Years is coming up and people will be making New Years Resolutions soon! Check out some of our ideas on epilepsy resolutions below: Resolution #1: Comply to Treatments Missed medication is one of the…
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BC Epilepsy Society Advocates for Ridesharing in BC
On November 20th the BC Government unveiled their rideshare legislation and their plans to bring rideshare services like Uber and Lyft to the province. The BC Epilepsy Society is part of the Ridesharing Now for…
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Support the BC Epilepsy Society on #GivingTuesday (November 27th)
November 27th is #GivingTuesday, which is a global day of giving and volunteering, held annually since 2012 on the Tuesday after Black Friday. Charities, companies and individuals from around the world will join together on…
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