BC EPILEPSY SOCIETY
We have a passionate team of staff and volunteers who work hard everyday to fundraise, provide provincial programs and services, and support our core functions.
We have a dedicated team of professional Board members who have expertise in a wide variety of fields and industry including finance, law, marketing, health, education and business.
We have a volunteer Professional Advisory Board, made up of clinicians, scientists and technologists involved in the diagnosis, treatment and research of epilepsy in BC to help author and produce resources and deliver presentations in person.
All of these individuals proudly strive to make a real and positive difference to those with epilepsy and the people who care for them.
Clinic Support Services
Our staff meet with families attending the Neurology Clinics at BC Children's Hospital (BCCH), Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) and... read more
Partners in Teaching
Through our Partners in Teaching program, the BC Epilepsy Society provides free educational workshops on epilepsy awareness and seizure... read more
Lecture Series & Educational Events
Each year, our Society hosts Speaking of Epilepsy, a series of lectures on a wide variety of epilepsy related... read more
Women in Mind
Women and girls with epilepsy have unique health concerns. As a result of these differences, women with epilepsy can... read more
Connecting with Others
The BC Epilepsy Society offers people living with epilepsy and their families, friends, and loved ones the opportunity to... read more
Epilepsy Friends Forever (EFF)
Please note that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person groups including Epilepsy Friends Forever (EFF) friendship groups... read more
BC Epilepsy Parents Network (BCEPN)
Please note that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all BC Epilepsy Society In-Person Support Groups, including the BC... read more
Epilepsy Surgery Friends Network
Have you ever been offered surgery for epilepsy, and are deliberating the options? Conversely, have you ever had... read more
BC EPILEPSY SOCIETY
As a non-profit, charitable organization, the BC Epilepsy Society relies on individuals like you to help us deliver our support and education programs.