The Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin is following the guidance of government agencies and is cancelling all in person events through April 30. We will re-evaluate the policy going forward as we get closer to April 30th. That means all support groups and education activities will be cancelled. We are currently looking at ways to provide these services online and will update the status as soon as possible. The foundation will still be available via telephone @ 833-890-2277 and email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The safety of all of society is our primary concern and while we know that handling these services via technology is not preferred by some, it is clear that “social distancing” is the best way to minimize the spread of Covid 19. We appreciate your understanding and encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to get the latest developments regarding our services and programs as we look for new ways to deliver them.
introducing Virtual Meet ups
These meetups are meant to be educational and a place where people can learn about certain topics, talk with one another, ask questions, and much more!
Join us on Thrusday April 2nd, 2020 from 5:00pm – 6:00pm to talk about COVID-19 with Dr. Elizabeth Felton and Dr. Janel Schneider. If you have a specific question please email us at email@example.com prior to noon on Thursday
The Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin leads the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures and save lives.
As a non-profit charitable organization, we exist to increase public awareness and understanding of a neurological disorder that affects so many people, more than 100,000 living in Wisconsin.
Epilepsy affects 3 million Americans and 50 million people worldwide, but the lives of family members, friends and co-workers are also deeply affected. The goal of the Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin is to help you understand more about the neurological disorder and to share with you the new treatments available while providing programs and services to the public. We offer services for families, schools, employers and public health workers that engage and educate individuals in order to raise awareness and reduce the stigmas and myths associated with seizures and epilepsy.