Epilepsy Alliance America is a group of epilepsy organizations which have been providing quality local programs and services for decades. Not all services are available in all areas. Contact your local epilepsy organization to find out which of these programs and services are available in your local community.


Camp Programs

We offer a wide selection of camp programs, including day programs, weekend camps, and weeklong summer camps. These include camps for children, teens, and adults with epilepsy.

Community Education

We host conferences, workshops, webinars, and more to teach people about epilepsy and how to help their friends and neighbors that are affected by seizures.

Employment Assistance

We help individuals with epilepsy who are seeking employment by offering resume and interview skills assistance, identifying available jobs, and providing training to employers.

Individual/Family Consultation

We provide customized one-on-one support to individuals and families affected by epilepsy, based on the specific needs that are shared with our experienced and knowledgeable staff.

Information and Referrals

We provide information about epilepsy and connect people with other community resources and organizations which can provide additional support.

Legislative Advocacy

We can help you make sure your voice and your story are heard, by connecting you with your local legislators.

Medication Assistance

We provide medication assistance for individuals and families who cannot afford their anti-seizure medications.

Networking/Social Events

We host networking groups and social events for people of all ages, providing opportunities for those impacted by epilepsy to meet others who are confronting similar challenges.

Residential Services

We provide a safe home for some individuals who are severely impacted by epilepsy and other coexisting conditions.

Seizure First Aid Training

We train school staff, including nurses, teachers, and support staff, and students of all ages how to recognize and respond to seizures. We also provide training for first responders and other community organizations.

Seizure Alert and Detection

We can help you decide if a movement monitor might detect your seizures and connect you with resources that may be able to provide a monitor for free.

Special Education Advocacy

We can teach you about the rights of children with epilepsy in school and assist with special education services like Seizure Action Plans, 504 Plans, and Individualized Education Plans.

Support Groups

We host a variety of support groups for children, teens, adults, and parents impacted by epilepsy. These include groups that meet locally, as well as online groups.

Telephone Support

Even if you are not sure what help you need, call your local epilepsy organization and we can talk through the programs, services, and community resources that might be right for you.

Managing Epilepsy Well

The Managing Epilepsy Well (MEW) was established in 2007 to advance the science on epilepsy self-management by conducting high-quality research across a network of universities, collaborating with community stakeholders to implement activities, and broadly disseminating research findings.


One-on-one cognitive coaching helping to build skills to manage epilepsy and memory challenges at home, work and school.