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Every day, people living with epilepsy do whatever it takes to move their lives forward despite the challenges. By sharing their stories, we help people better understand life with epilepsy and become inspired to do whatever it takes to change the world for people living with epilepsy. You can help ensure that more people understand what life with epilepsy can be like and engage more people to do something about it, by following our media channels and sharing the stories of those living with epilepsy, who move life forward every day and don't let epilepsy define them.
Hearts of Epilepsy Foundation® is a nonprofit organization focused on providing free services that address the critical needs of people with epilepsy and their families – helping them maintain the best quality of life. Living with epilepsy are unpredictable and may decrease or increase in severity over time. This presents physical, emotional, and financial challenges families must face. Therefore, we're here to provide the support, education, and assistance needed to adapt to these challenging circumstances. Our primary focus is on providing individuals with EPILEPSY the help they need to maintain their health and well-being, to continue to be productive and independent, and a safe environment in their home. We do so with empathy, resourcefulness, and conscientious care.
Our mission is to improve the lives of people with EPILEPSY and provide measurable programs and support services to those persons affected by epilepsy that help them maintain their health, safety, self-sufficiency, and personal well-being; and to heighten public awareness of epilepsy in order to elicit financial support for the Foundation's programs and services and promote understanding for those diagnosed with the epilepsy.
This program provides full or partial financial assistance for those in need of medication
Epilepsy Navigator Program
Provides people affected by epilepsy with life saving tools, information, resources and support required to address the challenges of epilepsy.