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Events

Epilepsy Foundation Orange County provides a variety of activities throughout the year. Raising awareness about the disorder and dispelling the many myths and misunderstandings about people who have epilepsy remains a priority.

 

Kids Crew - Learn to speak in a British accent - Oct 3

Kids Crew – Learn to speak in a British accent – Oct 3

Hey Kids Crew members…have you always wanted to learn to speak in a British accent? If so then this is the class for you. Come and learn to speak in a British accent with a professional actress, Christine Palacios. Get ready to have everyone think ...
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SUDEP: Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy - Oct 14

SUDEP: Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy – Oct 14

Everyone is aware of the dangers of fire and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Yet each year, SUDEP kills more Americans than either of these. The Epilepsy Foundation understands and places a priority on the importance of educating and supporting everyone affected by epilepsy, including ...
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Infantile Spasms: Diagnostics, Treatments and New Therapies - Nov 11

Infantile Spasms: Diagnostics, Treatments and New Therapies – Nov 11

During this webinar, leading pediatric epileptologists from CHOC will focus on the challenges of diagnosing and treating Infantile Spasms, and how advances in epilepsy medicine and technology have improved this process. We will also take a look at currently available treatment options for infantile spasms ...
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American Epilepsy Society (AES) in Review - Dec 9

American Epilepsy Society (AES) in Review – Dec 9

The American Epilepsy Society is one of the oldest neurological professional organizations in this country. At their annual meetings physicians from around the world gather to discuss the newest research and developments in epilepsy. Date: December 9, 2020 Time: TBD Join one of our local ...
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Orange County Walk to END EPILEPSY

Orange County Walk to END EPILEPSY

Join the Walk to End Epilepsy and walk for the 38,000 families affected by epilepsy in Orange County. Funds raised from the Walk will support our mission in our state. Participating in the Walk is a powerful way to be part of the fight to ...
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