240 N. St. James Street, Suite 104, Newport, DE 19804
Phone: (302) 999-9313 E-mail: email@example.com
The Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware is an organization of volunteers and professional staff. We provide information and support for individuals with seizures and their families, increase awareness in the general community through education and provide leadership and advocacy for epilepsy issues. We are affiliated with the Epilepsy Foundation.
Many people with epilepsy are only told they have a seizure disorder?
Appropriate first aid means nothing in the mouth, including medicines?
Not all seizures involve losing consciousness & shaking?
All generics are not equal in strength?
The Epilepsy Foundation leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.
Seniors: The fastest growing group for the onset of seizures is people over 65.
Women: For many women their epilepsy is associated with changes in hormone levels.
Children: Many children have brief episodes that aren't recognized as seizures until they become convulsive.
Military/Veterans: A significant percentage of those experiencing traumatic brain injuries will develop epilepsy.
Join us for the Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware Night at the Blue Rocks July 27, 2014 Game time 5:05 pm Join Rocky Bluewinkle, foundation staff, friends and supporters as we cheer on the Wilmington Blue Rocks against the Winston-Salem Dash.Read More...
The Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware is delighted to have been chosen by William Penn High School students as the beneficiary of their senior project. Learn more about what Ryia and Luke are doing to raise funds to help people with epilepsy. Ryia’s Story I was diagnosed […]Read More...
The Freedom from Seizures 5K Run/Walk is the perfect spring event for the whole family! Join us Saturday, May 17, 2014 in Brandywine Park. Registration begins at 8:00am and the race starts at 9:00am. The first 300 racers receive a free t-shirt. Overall and age-group winners will receive prizes as will the top individual and […]Read More...