Epilepsy South Central Ontario

Support, advocacy and public education to promoting independence and optimal quality of life



Individual Counselling and Support Groups -- for all ages

one-on-one counselling by appointment , support groups where individuals can share lived experiences



Employment Services -- professional counselling for pre-employment support

help with resumes, cover letters, job search strategies, assistance with online job applications, updates of social media profiles

Thursdays, 9 am-5 pm for appointments, telephone support, and email correspondence

email for appointment, employment@epilepsysco.org



Youth and Young Adult Programming -- for people 15 to 30 years

support groups, social outings, workshops, life skills building, community initiatives, fundraising drives



Sunny Days Camp -- summer camp for children 5 to 12 years



Thinking About Epilepsy -- for grade 5 classes

interactive-educational program that offers epilepsy awareness and seizure first aid to students and staff



Seniors Program -- for people 65 years and older

education, awareness and epilepsy first aid for seniors, their private caregivers and seniors home staff



Volunteering opportunities

community events

fundraising events

annual gala

health and awareness fairs

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

Eligibility

Persons living with epilepsy

Fees

None;

Accessibility

Fully Accessible

Languages

English; French;

Primary Contact Person

Cynthia Milburn, Executive Director

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