Tag Archives: Epilepsy Support Group

graphics of parents holding babies or pregnant

New & Expecting Parents Meet-Up

The New & Expecting Parents Meet-Up is especially for people living with epilepsy who are considering becoming parents, are having children or have recently become parents. It’s a chance to share fears, concerns and experiences.  It’s also an opportunity to get up-to-date and relevant information from one another and from group facilitator, Adult Services Director, Rosie Smith, that will help ensure safer pregnancy and child-rearing practices.

This group is facilitated online by Rosie Smith, our Director of Adult Services. An individual intake session is required before joining any of our support groups.  If you are interested in participating in this or future meet-ups like it, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form to be connected with one. 

graphics of parents holding babies or pregnant

New & Expecting Parents Meet-Up

The New & Expecting Parents Meet-Up is especially for people living with epilepsy who are considering becoming parents, are having children or have recently become parents. It’s a chance to share fears, concerns and experiences.  It’s also an opportunity to get up-to-date and relevant information from one another and from group facilitator, Adult Services Director, Rosie Smith, that will help ensure safer pregnancy and child-rearing practices.

This group is facilitated online by Rosie Smith, our Director of Adult Services. An individual intake session is required before joining any of our support groups.  If you are interested in participating in this or future meet-ups like it, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form to be connected with one. 

graphics of parents holding babies or pregnant

New & Expecting Parents Meet-Up

The New & Expecting Parents Meet-Up is especially for people living with epilepsy who are considering becoming parents, are having children or have recently become parents. It’s a chance to share fears, concerns and experiences.  It’s also an opportunity to get up-to-date and relevant information from one another and from group facilitator, Adult Services Director, Rosie Smith, that will help ensure safer pregnancy and child-rearing practices.

This group is facilitated online by Rosie Smith, our Director of Adult Services. An individual intake session is required before joining any of our support groups.  If you are interested in participating in this or future meet-ups like it, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form to be connected with one. 

Young Adults talk in a circle with a councellor

Young Adults Support Group

Are you looking to meet other young adults who have epilepsy, to share stories, resources, and concerns? The Young Adults Support Group takes place online and is a place where individuals with epilepsy can connect with each other in an encouraging, supportive and empowering environment.

Talking to other individuals with similar stories and experiences has proven to be beneficial for all members involved and feelings of social stigmatization or seclusion may be diminished by connections made in this support group. Whether it’s to talk about what it’s like to have epilepsy, issues you may face with epilepsy, or suggestions on how to manage one’s epilepsy, this is a welcoming place to do it.

The Young Adults Support Group is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Children and Youth Services Department.

For more information on how to join this group, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our support groups. 

Young Adults talk in a circle with a councellor

Young Adults Support Group

Are you looking to meet other young adults who have epilepsy, to share stories, resources, and concerns? The Young Adults Support Group takes place online and is a place where individuals with epilepsy can connect with each other in an encouraging, supportive and empowering environment.

Talking to other individuals with similar stories and experiences has proven to be beneficial for all members involved and feelings of social stigmatization or seclusion may be diminished by connections made in this support group. Whether it’s to talk about what it’s like to have epilepsy, issues you may face with epilepsy, or suggestions on how to manage one’s epilepsy, this is a welcoming place to do it.

The Young Adults Support Group is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Children and Youth Services Department.

For more information on how to join this group, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our support groups. 

Young Adults talk in a circle with a councellor

Young Adults Support Group

Are you looking to meet other young adults who have epilepsy, to share stories, resources, and concerns? The Young Adults Support Group takes place online and is a place where individuals with epilepsy can connect with each other in an encouraging, supportive and empowering environment.

Talking to other individuals with similar stories and experiences has proven to be beneficial for all members involved and feelings of social stigmatization or seclusion may be diminished by connections made in this support group. Whether it’s to talk about what it’s like to have epilepsy, issues you may face with epilepsy, or suggestions on how to manage one’s epilepsy, this is a welcoming place to do it.

The Young Adults Support Group is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Children and Youth Services Department.

For more information on how to join this group, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our support groups. 

Young Adults talk in a circle with a councellor

Young Adults Support Group

Are you looking to meet other young adults who have epilepsy, to share stories, resources, and concerns? The Young Adults Support Group takes place online and is a place where individuals with epilepsy can connect with each other in an encouraging, supportive and empowering environment.

Talking to other individuals with similar stories and experiences has proven to be beneficial for all members involved and feelings of social stigmatization or seclusion may be diminished by connections made in this support group. Whether it’s to talk about what it’s like to have epilepsy, issues you may face with epilepsy, or suggestions on how to manage one’s epilepsy, this is a welcoming place to do it.

The Young Adults Support Group is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Children and Youth Services Department.

For more information on how to join this group, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our support groups. 

Young Adults talk in a circle with a councellor

Young Adults Support Group

Are you looking to meet other young adults who have epilepsy, to share stories, resources, and concerns? The Young Adults Support Group takes place online and is a place where individuals with epilepsy can connect with each other in an encouraging, supportive and empowering environment.

Talking to other individuals with similar stories and experiences has proven to be beneficial for all members involved and feelings of social stigmatization or seclusion may be diminished by connections made in this support group. Whether it’s to talk about what it’s like to have epilepsy, issues you may face with epilepsy, or suggestions on how to manage one’s epilepsy, this is a welcoming place to do it.

The Young Adults Support Group is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Children and Youth Services Department.

For more information on how to join this group, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our support groups. 

Young Adults talk in a circle with a councellor

Young Adults Support Group

Are you looking to meet other young adults who have epilepsy, to share stories, resources, and concerns? The Young Adults Support Group takes place online and is a place where individuals with epilepsy can connect with each other in an encouraging, supportive and empowering environment.

Talking to other individuals with similar stories and experiences has proven to be beneficial for all members involved and feelings of social stigmatization or seclusion may be diminished by connections made in this support group. Whether it’s to talk about what it’s like to have epilepsy, issues you may face with epilepsy, or suggestions on how to manage one’s epilepsy, this is a welcoming place to do it.

The Young Adults Support Group is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Children and Youth Services Department.

For more information on how to join this group, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our support groups. 

Young Adults talk in a circle with a councellor

Young Adults Support Group

Are you looking to meet other young adults who have epilepsy, to share stories, resources, and concerns? The Young Adults Support Group takes place online and is a place where individuals with epilepsy can connect with each other in an encouraging, supportive and empowering environment.

Talking to other individuals with similar stories and experiences has proven to be beneficial for all members involved and feelings of social stigmatization or seclusion may be diminished by connections made in this support group. Whether it’s to talk about what it’s like to have epilepsy, issues you may face with epilepsy, or suggestions on how to manage one’s epilepsy, this is a welcoming place to do it.

The Young Adults Support Group is facilitated by the Epilepsy Toronto Children and Youth Services Department.

For more information on how to join this group, please speak with your Epilepsy Toronto counsellor or complete an intake form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please note: an intake appointment is required before joining any of our support groups.