Epilepsy South Central Ontario

Offers support, advocacy and public education with the aim of promoting independence and optimal quality of life for individuals living with epilepsy. Programs and services include counselling and support groups, employment services, youth and young adult programming including day camp, and seniors programs.

Individual Counselling and Support Groups -- one-on-one counselling by appointment and support groups where individuals can share their lived experiences. Designed for people of all ages.

Employment Services -- outreach and support to members and their families, including professional counselling for pre-employment support, resume and cover letter review, job search strategies, and assistance with online job applications and updates of social media profiles

Youth and Young Adult Programming -- support groups, social outings, workshops, life skills building, community initiatives, fundraising drives etc, designed for people ate 15- 30

Sunny Days Camp -- summer camp for kids living with epilepsy aged 5-12

Seniors Program -- education, awareness, and epilepsy first aid for both seniors and their caregivers

2155 Dunwin Drive Unit 5
Mississauga, ON
L5L 4M1
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Phone: Peel Region: 905-450-1900 * Hamilton: 289-639-8393 * Halton Region: 289-627-1855 * Brantford: 226-227-2193
Toll Free: 1-855-734-2111


Persons living with epilepsy


To volunteer complete the online form. Contact or visit website for information about registration for programs and services. Donations can be made online.




Fully Accessible


English; French;

Areas Served

Hamilton (City of); Halton Region; Peel Region; Haldimand County; Norfolk County; Brant County; Burlington; Georgetown; Milton; Oakville; Orangeville; Brantford; Caledon (Town of); Brampton (City of); Mississauga (City of); Halton Hills; Waterloo Region; Wellington County;

Agency Type

Non Profit;Registered Charity