Live Stream the Iowa Seizure Smart Conference

Every year, the Epilepsy Foundation – Iowa hosts the Seizure Smart Conference, bringing together some of the most brilliant minds in the fields of epilepsy medicine, research, resources and technology to share knowledge with those affected by epilepsy. And for the first time, you can even register for remote participation from a computer anywhere if you’re unable to make […]

Texas Teen Creates Seizure Aid Program

Have you ever seen a seizure? Have your friends and classmates witnessed a seizure during class? Most students haven’t. Even if you have seen one, many seizure types can be pretty scary. Would you know what to do? One student at Cy-Falls High School near Houston, Texas, saw another student suffer a seizure during class and […]

Iowa Teen Heads to Washington DC for Epilepsy Advocacy

Kendall Maslak knows how important epilepsy services, research and awareness are. She and her parents, Ed and Fadua, will be on their way to Washington, DC on Friday, April 15 to participate in the Epilepsy Foundation of America’s Teens Speak Up! program. This program gathers teen delegates living with epilepsy from all over the United States […]

Upcoming Events – Sign Up Now!

Looking for ways to get involved? It’s a busy spring for the Epilepsy Foundation – Iowa! Here are just a few of the upcoming events – and YOU are invited! 1.)    Saturday, March 19, 2016 from 9 – 11 AM at Climb Iowa, 3605 SE Miehe Drive, Grimes, Iowa http://www.climbiowa.com/programs/groups/adult/ We will be climbing and […]

Join the Barnstormers to Support Epilepsy Awareness!

Iowa Barnstormers is hosting our organization for a night of Epilepsy Awareness & Education! Join us April 9th for the 7:05 PM game as they take on Nebraska Danger and show your support for the Epilepsy Foundation in Iowa by wearing purple and joining our crowd! Discount tickets are available through completion of this form […]

Teens With Epilepsy Have a Voice!

The Epilepsy Foundation promotes advocacy on all levels, including teens. The Epilepsy Foundation’s “Teens Speak Up!” program is a wonderful opportunity to teach young men and women living with epilepsy that what they have to say is important and that they have a voice. I have been exceptionally lucky to participate in this program. It was an […]