Epilepsy in Children Resources
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Ketogenic Diet Teaching Kitchen (Keto Kitchen) is a teaching kitchen where parents and caregivers can take cooking classes and learn to prepare the foods their child will need when following a dietary treatment for epilepsy and neurological disorders.
In this video, pediatric epilepsy specialists from CHOP's Pediatric Epilepsy Program talk about our approach to personalized treatment of children with seizures and epilepsy.
Camp Achieve offers a program tailored to the special needs of youths with epilepsy. Learn more and find upcoming camp dates.
Camp Frog is a nationally recognized program for children who have epilepsy or seizure disorder. Learn more and find upcoming camp dates.
Camp Nova is a one-week overnight camp for young people ages 12-28. It includes acting, arts and crafts, boating, fishing, karate, swimming and yoga.
CLE has worked to implement and enforce the rights of all students with disabilities to a full, meaningful and equal public education.
Is a non-profit charitable agency dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for people affected by epilepsy and their loved ones.
The website provides information about epilepsy, news and special events, and programs and resources for patient and families.
A private, non-profit service organization providing public education and supportive services to individuals and families affected by epilepsy/seizure disorders.
The Center offers comprehensive array of services for those seeking information on disabilities.
The website offers families and professionals information, resources, support and advocacy assistance.
This is a parent network created by parents of children with special needs to connect parents with other parents or local support groups.
PHLP is a nationally recognized expert and consultant on access to healthcare for low income consumers, the elderly and persons with disabilities.
It provides information to families in PA regarding special health issues and community resources. It also links families facing similar experiences together.
Search the State Driving Laws Database from the Epilepsy Foundation to learn about your state's requirements for people with epilepsy.
The Arc of Pennsylvania is the largest advocacy organization in the United States for citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. To contact the local office in Harrisburg call 717-234-2621; in Philadelphia call 215-229-4550, or visit the Arc's website to find a local chapter in your area.
The Charlie Foundation for Ketogenic Therapies was founded in 1994 to provide information about diet therapies for people with epilepsy, other neurological disorders and select cancers.