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Were you or your child  just diagnosed with epilepsy? Did you have a seizure after not having one for a few years? Then we can help.  At this point you probably have lots of questions and concerns, which is normal, calling us can help.  We can provide you with basic epilepsy information or more specific information depending on your situation.

A sample of information we can offer:                                                                                                                                                             

  • Talking to your doctor
  • Seizures & Safety
  • Seizure Recognition and First Aid
  • Treatment Options
  • Driving and You
  • Living with Epilepsy & Seizures
  • Epilepsy & Children: Learning and school performance
  • Legal Rights & Issues

Call 860-346-1924 or email Some of this information is is available in Spanish

Other areas where we can work with you and provide resources and information include:

Schools: Are you having a difficult time working with your child's school?  Do you need help explaining your child's epilepsy or would you like us to attend a PPT meeting with you? 

SSI/SSDI: Do you have questions about applying for disability benefits?  We can answer questions and connect you with appropriate community resources to help.

Legal: Are you experiencing workplace discrimination?  Do you want to know your rights? 



We can provide you with a list of adult or pediatric neurologists according to the county where you live. You can also search for
a physician at one of the local epilepsy centers:

For Children
Connecticut Children's Epilepsy Center      

Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9-5PM

'We are a life long partner on your journey with Epilepsy"!     

Yale Comprehensive Epilepsy Center

For Adults
The Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at Hartford Hospital
UCONN Health
Yale Comprehensive Epilepsy Center

For Veterans
The Epilepsy Center of Excellence - VA Connecticut Healthcare System


Call us for a list of psychologists, licensed therapists, and psychiatrists who have experience helping families and individuals cope with chronic medical conditions.

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