YOU and your family
The Epilepsy Foundation provides essential services to people living with epilepsy and their families. Whether you were recently diagnosed or have had epilepsy long term, our team of epilepsy support workers will provide assistance at whatever stage you are in the journey.
We aim to work with you and your family from a person and family-centred framework and we understand that a diagnosis of epilepsy can often lead to questions and concerns about more than just the seizure.
What does a diagnosis of epilepsy mean?
Do I have to take medication?
Can I still drive with epilepsy?
Will this impact my child’s learning?
What does this mean for my job?
Can I have children if I have epilepsy?
How do I support my partner during a seizure?
We work with people of all ages and from all walks of life, from parents of children with epilepsy, to teenagers and adults with epilepsy.
To find out more about the services we provide please click the links below or call us on the InfoLine 1300 761 487.