You are here:HomeBlog
Mother’s Day is May 12th – Tips for Mothers with Epilepsy
Mother’s Day is May 12th and the BC Epilepsy Society wanted to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there who are living with epilepsy! Sometimes, looking after a child can be…
Read more...
Sabrina's Story
This article was originally published in the December 2018 Edition of the BC Epilepsy Society Newsletter Meet Sabrina, a young woman living with epilepsy who came to the BC Epilepsy Society offices a couple of…
Read more...
I AM A VOICE for Epilepsy Awareness Expo on April 29th
The BC Epilepsy Society is celebrating our 60th Anniversary this year and Executive Director, Kim Davidson and Chairman of the Board, Dan O’Brien would like to cordially invite all of you to help us celebrate…
Read more...
The BC Epilepsy Society Advocates For Tavia Marlatt To Have A Care Plan At Discharge
The BC Epilepsy Society stands with Tavia Marlatt and her mother, Renee Marlatt. Tavia is a 22-year-old woman with complex epilepsy, uncontrolled seizures, acquired brain injury and neuropsychiatric challenges. As per earlier media coverage, for…
Read more...
Epilepsy Awareness on Purple Day™!
March 26th was Purple Day™, which is an international day for epilepsy awareness. Every year on Purple Day™, people in countries all over the world wear purple and participate in events and activities dedicated to…
Read more...
BCES Advocates for Tavia Marlatt to Receive Care at Home
In interviews with CBC on Tuesday March 26th and with Global and CTV on Thursday March 28th, Kim Davidson, Executive Director of the BC Epilepsy Society joined Tavia Marlatt, a 22-year-old woman living with epilepsy, and…
Read more...

Donate Today

As a non-profit, charitable organization, the BC Epilepsy Society relies on individuals like you to help us deliver our support and education programs.

DONATE NOW

Become a Member!

Join today to receive our monthly and bi-annual e-newsletter

 

SIGN UP