With the sheer number of people living with Epilepsy, and the impact this disease has on an individual and their family, our goal is to ensure that local community support is available to address the catastrophic effects of this disease.
Epilepsy Durham Region
Epilepsy Ontario and our province’s Community Epilepsy Agencies are calling on the Ontario government to include funding for epilepsy education and support programs in this year’s provincial budget. With funding, agencies can continue and expand their education and support programs and we can bring programs to parts of the province without a local agency. We are calling you you to sign our
Except from Epilepsy Durham Region newsletter, July, 2013 Imagine that your four month old child begins having seizures. Then imagine that they receive a devastating diagnosis, whereby epilepsy is one of several very big problems on the horizon. Where do you go? What do you do? Who do you talk to? So many parents are faced with the incredible difficulty of raising a child that has a seizure...
The Ontario Public Drug Program has outlined changes to OHIP+ for children and youth. Please see the information below provided by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Drug and Devices Division.
Amendment to Ontario Regulation 201/96 made under
the Ontario Drug Benefit Act to make changes to
Ontario Drug Benefit Program coverage for children and
youth aged 24 years and under (OHIP+)