Patients, parents and caregivers are advised to check their Zarontin
capsules. Do not take them if they look unusual (dull, cloudy, sticky,
coated with film, or clumping together) or are broken or leaking.
Bottles containing defective capsules should be returned to the pharmacy
where replacement medication can be obtained.
We warmly welcome Emilia Leslie to our team! Emilia has taken over the role of Client Services Coordinator.
Do you have Epilepsy? Do you live in South Eastern Ontario?
We want to hear from you!
Please consider taking 5 minutes to complete our Epilepsy Needs Assessment survey.
Purple Day Ambassador Kits are ready - Pick yours up today
Canadian pharmaceutical companies are reporting shortages of divalproex sodium (Epival), also known as valproic acid. This situation is a serious concern. The estimated resupply dates currently range from December 24, 2015 to April 30, 2016.
The CBC wants to hear from families affected by the price increase of a drug used to treat infantile spasms.
Do you live with epilepsy? Are you a primary caregiver for someone with epilepsy?
You may be able to help McMaster University researchers with crucial research into the impact of learning about, and living with, the knowledge of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP).
Our Education Coordinator is looking for volunteers to assist the the Grade 5 "Thinking About Epilepsy" program.
Epilepsy Ontario is currently looking for new board members
with a high degree of personal commitment to our cause who have the energy to
devote up to 12 hours per month.
Sadly, we are saying good-bye to Elizabeth Moss our Client Services Coordinator. We are now accepting applications for this position.