Category: Social Issues

<p>One of the biggest concerns for people with epilepsy and their families is how it affects day-to-day life. Do they need to restrict their activity? If so, how? Other concerns may arise, such as how seizures may affect family life, other relationships, school, work, or recreation. Also, the stigmatism that affects millions with epilepsy.  Learn how to overcome the social obstacles that affect all of us.</p>

“The Epilepsy Foundation Of New Jersey Has A New Name”

“We’re not changing our mission or the services we offer. All we’re changing is our name. Epilepsy Services of New Jersey… The Epilepsy Foundation of New Jersey (EFNJ) is changing its name to Epilepsy Services of […]


Ending the Stigma of Epilepsy

There are still attitudes within most societies that view symptoms of epilepsy as threatening and uncomfortable, and these attitudes frequently foster stigma and discrimination towards people with epilepsy. Such reactions are common when people are […]


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