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I just wanted to say Thank You for taking the time to come to my school and present on seizure disorders. It was helpful and I really appreciated your... Harriett, School Nurse
Educational Services:A variety of education programs are offered to provide accurate information about seizures, appropriate first aid techniques, treatment options, and psychosocial issues. All educational services are free of charge. A trained speaker will provide epilepsy education, a video and printed materials. Scheduling is easy. Call 800-899-3745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors & Seizures
An educational program for caregivers of seniors. The 65 and over population is the fastest growing group to be developing seizures. Are you asking yourself Why? What can I do? Then this program is right for you.
Women & Epilepsy Series
An ongoing series of educational programs designed to keep woman with epilepsy informed about up to date treatment and research.
Child Care Program
A program designed specifically for child care providers giving them the necessary information to effectively handle seizures in a day care setting. This is a nationally marketed program which was created by the Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut.
Epilepsy Education for the Community
Providing camp counselors, and other adults of the camp community, information about epilepsy, so they can provide a fun and safe camp experience for kids with epilepsy.
Work Site In Services
Providing information about epilepsy, proper first aid, and legal concerns to employers and employees.
Take Charge of the Facts
Seizures and You: Take Charge of the Facts. An epilepsy awareness program targeting teens and tweens ages 11-18.
Individual Family Education Session
EFCT can help you better understand and manage your epilepsy.
School Nurse Training Program
Providing up to date information for school nurses regarding medications, treatments, and re-educating you on the facts about epilepsy.
Law Enforcement Program
Training the law enforcement personnel is critical to keeping us safe. That includes seizure recognition and first aid. Recognizing a seizure can be difficult....this training is easy.