Detailed information on epilepsy and a variety of issues are outlined in Epilepsy Ontario’s ‘Spark Sheets’ series. General information as well as more targeted subjects are listed below. Click on your topic of interest, download a pdf file, and get the facts.
Implications of Epilepsy: Beyond Seizures
- Epilepsy and Driving in Ontario
- Epilepsy and Employment
- Epilepsy Disclosure Chart
- Drug Benefit Programs in Ontario
- Financial Support in Ontario
- Life Insurance and Epilepsy
- Epilepsy Disclosure in the Workplace
- I had a seizure at work. Now what?
- Rights and Responsibilities of Employees
- Rights and Responsibilities of Employers
- Looking for/Finding Work
Click any of the images below to download an English pdf version.
The recommendations found in the guidelines series were developed to improve the quality and consistency of epilepsy care, and to ensure that all Ontarians with epilepsy have timely access to treatment, including surgical care. If you have epilepsy, the information in these guidelines can help you, your caregivers and your healthcare providers to make informed decisions about your treatment.
Edmonton Epilepsy Association
In 2001, the Edmonton Epilepsy Association, a fellow member of the Canadian Epilepsy Alliance, received a grant from the Edmonton Community Lottery Board to develop a new series of epilepsy educational booklets. Since that time, the booklets have been periodically updated with each reprinting.
Epilepsy: An Overview
Living With Epilepsy
Epilepsy: A Guide for Parents
Let’s Learn About Epilepsy: Children’s Activity Book
Teens and Epilepsy
Epilepsy: A Guide for Teachers
Women and Epilepsy
Seniors and Epilepsy
Epilepsy: A Guide for Healthcare Providers
Epilepsy: Seizures and First Aid Poster
Safety and Epilepsy
Thanks to the efforts of Épilepsie Montréal Métropolitain, all eleven of these booklets have been translated into French (cliquez ici pour le français).
SUDEP AWARE-SUDEP eToolkit
The eToolkit is a set of documents designed to improve understanding of SUDEP and to facilitate its discussion among families, healthcare providers, death investigation professionals and researchers.
- People with Epilepsy
- Parents & Caregivers of Children with Epilepsy
- Young Adults and Teens with Epilepsy
- People Bereaved by Epilepsy
- Healthcare Providers