One week overnight camp for young people ages 12-28 living with epilepsy and other developmental disabilities.

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There are three basic kinds of camps for children and youths with epilepsy. Most of them are co-ed, meaning that while campers are segregated by gender during sleeping hours, they commingle for most programs and meals.

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The Epilepsy Foundation Northwest offers downloadable brochures for a variety of topics related to epilepsy.

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Being safe is important. Learn how to make your surroundings safer to prevent injury if a seizure occurs. Teach others what to do if they see a person having a seizure.

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For people with epilepsy seeking funding for educational purposes there are many options. Chris McCarthy Summer Camp Scholarship and Heath Scholarship.

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Capabilities provides service coordination to individuals diagnosed with epilepsy, other developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injury.

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Formed in 1968, the Epilepsy Foundation leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.

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Competitive and Supportive Employment programs prepare, support and assist potential employees with epilepsy and other disabilities to secure community employment.

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The Epilepsy Association has many resources on our website, from support groups, medication assistance, summer camp, clinical trials, monthly newsletter, events around Oklahoma and many others.

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Some work environments pose many possible hazards for people with epilepsy, while others may not be suitable for someone with seizures.

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