Epilepsy South Central Ontario

Record #: PEL0481
Last Modified: 18 Apr 2024
Last Full Update: 13 Jul 2023

Contact Information

Office Phone Peel Region: 905-450-1900 ; Hamilton: 289-639-8393 ; Halton Region: 289-627-1855 ; Brantford: 226-227-2193
Toll Free Phone 1-855-734-2111
E-Mail info@epilepsysco.org
Website www.epilepsysco.org
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Site Information

Located In Community Mississauga
Address & Map
250-A Lakeshore Rd E
Mississauga, ON
Canada L5G 1G9
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Intersection Erin Mills Pkwy and Dundas St W
Mailing Address 250-A Lakeshore Rd E 
Mississauga, ON 
Canada L5G 1G9
Physical Access Fully Accessible

Agency Information

Legal Status (50) Non Profit

Description and Service Details

Description (Service)

Support, advocacy and public education to promoting independence and optimal quality of life for people with epilepsy and their families

Clinic to Community (C2C) Program

  • community educator gives overview of seizures, epilepsy, risk management and seizure first aid to entire family
  • teaches how to use a seizure log
  • refers to services including support groups, peer to peer linkages, recreation, and school and workplace assistance
  • gives information sheets with strategies to help the person with epilepsy to best manage their condition

Individual Counselling and Support Groups

  • one-on-one counselling and service coordination
  • support groups for youth and adults

Home-Based Self-Management & Cognitive Training Changes Lives (HOBSCOTCH)

  • helps people living with epilepsy learn new strategies to improve memory and attention
  • individual program that lasts eight weeks.

Epilepsy Classroom, 416-813-8371

  • section 23 classroom geared to needs of children with intractable epilepsy
  • run in partnership with Toronto District School Board and Hospital for Sick Children, see separate listings

Sunny Days Camp -- summer day camp for children with epilepsy and their siblings 5-14 years

Epilepsy 101

  • free interactive educational program offering epilepsy awareness and seizure first aid
  • designed for many settings/groups including school staff, employers, community fairs

Thinking About Epilepsy

  • program designed for grade 5 classes
  • interactive-educational program that offers epilepsy awareness and seizure first aid to students and staff

Seniors Helping Seniors Program -- volunteer seniors and ESCO staff give education, awareness and epilepsy first aid sessions for seniors, their caregivers and residential and day program staff

Family and Youth Conference

Office in Kitchener at 28 Weber St W, Ste 2, can be reached at 519-745-2112


Office: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm

Areas Served Brant County ; Haldimand County ; Halton Region ; Hamilton (City of) ; Norfolk County ; Peel Region ; Waterloo Region ; Wellington County
Eligibility Persons living with epilepsy

Call or visit website for information

Languages English
Fees None

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