Patients, caregivers, and family members are welcome to attend. Third Thursday of every month, 6: Take these to the 5th floor and follow the signs.
Neuro-oncology nurses Mary Lovely and Margaretta Page The first Monday of every month, 11 a. Please call for location Meetings: It is open to people living with epilepsy as well as their friends and family.
Third Tuesday of each month from 4 to 5: The fourth Friday of every month, 3: Elizabeth Crabtree-Hartman, helps enhance the lives of those living with multiple sclerosis MS.
Each session is different and may include educational information and resources, expert speakers on epilepsy topics and plenty of time for participants to talk, share their experiences, validate their struggles and celebrate their triumphs. The group meets monthly to discuss issues that affect people with MS and to listen to informal presentations from the UCSF Multiple Sclerosis Center and other guest speakers.
Free parking is available. Nancy Quinnine quinnine anesthesia. Learn the latest in epilepsy treatment new medications, surgery, vagus nerve stimulation Share your experiences Hear what others have learned Meet doctors, nurses and social workers with experience in treating people with epilepsy Learn what family members can do to help Compare your experiences to those of other epilepsy patients and their families Come join us This group meets on the third Tuesday of every month except December from 7 to 9 p.
Non-VA patients are welcome. The elevator is past the information desk. A guest speaker is featured followed by open discussion. First Wednesday of the month from 6 to 8 p.
Spouses, family, and friends are welcome to attend and no RSVP is necessary.
They also provide mutual support, socialize, eat good food and laugh together. Complimentary dinner and parking. Contact Us Nebraska Epilepsy Support Group at Creighton Creighton Epilepsy Center is proud to welcome the Nebraska Epilepsy Support Group at Creighton, which is an epilepsy support group that provides hope and knowledge to epilepsy patients and their family members.
First Thursday of the month, 6 to 8 p.Cook Children's Epilepsy support groups offer patients, parents, family members, and care-givers the knowledge and skills needed to help cope with epilepsy.
Our support groups help families: Meet others with similar experiences. Parent Support Groups In addition to formal networks, parents helping parents are a key part of the Epilepsy Foundation's programs nationwide. The network is currently active in 45 local Epilepsy Foundations and serves approximately 13, people a year.
The UNC Stroke Support Group (Chapel Hill) When: Meets the second Wednesday of every month at 1pm Where: The Center for Rehabilitation Care, Fordham Boulevard, Chapel Hill Sanford/Lee County Stroke Support Group.
When: Meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 1pm Where: Lee County Enrichment Center, S. 3rd Street.
Support Groups Info If your life is affected in some way by dementia, whether a loved one has been recently diagnosed or you are a professional caregiver for a dementia patient, the challenges presented can take a major toll.
Support Groups Carson Harris Foundation The family of Carson Harris, one of Dr. Kossoff’s patients treated with the ketogenic diet first, has set up a website for their foundation which helps raise money to support pediatric epilepsy at Johns Hopkins.
Support groups in Washington state for neurological issues. Support groups in Washington state for neurological issues. Supporting the practice of neurology in Washington state. Supporting the practice of neurology in Washington state Oregon and Washington Epilepsy Online Support Group.
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