The Middletown Parent support group has been in existence for over 6 years. This group is comprised of parents with a wealth of knowledge and experience as well as parents with a newly diagnosed child.  Together they create a mutually supportive environment for all to learn, share, and even laugh!

We have recently changed the organization of this group  to include more of a variety of opportunities for parents to meet, both within a support group setting and in a more relaxed environment.  Group members may take part in any of the following activities...

  1. Quarterly in person meetings at the EFCT office.
  2. Virtual support groups using Zoom
  3. Social activities for both parents and children
* Please check our calendar for information about what the group will be doing on a month to month basis.

"My name is Chuck Pagano.  Me and my wife, Edyta, have been coming to the support group now for almost four years.  Our daughter, Emma, had her first seizure at two days old, before she came home from the hospital.  When she was six months old, she was diagnosed with Infantile Spasms.  Through my cousin, we were introduced to Megan Lamontagne and the Purple Pumpkin Project.  There, we learned about the Parent Support Group.  We never imagined how much help and support we would receive after joining the group!  We have been very fortunate to have such great help every step of the way."
Chuck Pagano - Parent Support Group Leader

                              HOW TO FIND US                                                        
Check our calendar for the next in person support group meeting.  Meetings will be at our office location below.
Location: Epilepsy Foundation of CT's office
Main Street Market
386 Main St., 3rd Floor
Middletown, CT
Directions: Our office is located at 386 Main St. Middletown, CT You can either park on Main St. or in Meilli Plaza. You will enter the building Main St. Market. There are black awnings with gold writing to indicate the building. Take the elevator next to the restaurant El Pulpo to the third floor

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