What’s New in Epilepsy
The latest Epilepsy resources, programs, campaigns, and website updates.
The Epilepsy Foundation Central & South Texas has increased access to multiple self-management programs for people with epilepsy living in and around San Antonio, Texas.
Case Western Reserve University developed and implemented this psychosocial treatment program that blends education, goal setting, and behavioral modeling in a group format. The program empowers people with epilepsy to take ownership of their care to reduce their depressive symptoms
Dartmouth University developed and implemented a memory training program that offers practical strategies and a focus on problem solving for people with epilepsy and cognitive difficulties.
The Epilepsy Foundation has developed a standardized, web-based seizure recognition and first aid certification program.
The University of Washington has developed a program that improves well-being and self-management skills among adults with epilepsy through education, training, goal setting, and support.
Primary care providers increase their knowledge about epilepsy through this tele-mentoring program that connects them with specialists.
New Notice of Funding Opportunity: CDC announces the availability of fiscal year 2021 funds under a new 5-year cooperative agreement.
This Success Story describes a ground-breaking CDC-funded project in South Carolina that serves as a model for epilepsy surveillance activities.