The Epilepsy Alliance of Utah is dedicated to providing awareness and education about epilepsy. It is dedicated to fully including people with epilepsy into society, optimizing their employment opportunities, advocating for their personal rights, and providing assistance with their medical needs. [More]
Year End Report
The 2014 Year End Report for the Utah Epilepsy Alliance is now available.
2014 Educational Conference
Date: Saturday, October 11, 2014 (8:30am - 12:30pm)
Location: Huntsman Education Center at the LDS Hospital, 325 Eighth Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah
Admission: No Charge - Donations Accepted
Registration: Click here
Frances M. Filloux, M.D. from Primary Children's Medical Center will discuss the latest in cannabis research.
Laura Boswell, J.D., Disability Law Center, will discuss the Americans with Disabilities Law.
Peter J. West, Ph.D., Anticonvulsant Drug Development Program, will discuss "Do anti-seizure drugs effect learning and memory?"
School Nurses Training
The Epilepsy Alliance is teaming with Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado to offer the online training, Managing Students with Seizures, for Utah's school nurses. It provides continuing education to address the real and immediate needs of managing students with epilepsy. The program is accredited by the CDC and at NO COST for 3.2 CEU Credits. We have received positive evaluations from some Utah school nurses who have taken this training. For more information contact Marcee Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to access the online training.
Your contribution assists those dealing with epilepsy through support, job training, personal rights advocacy and assistance. Please help our organization reach out to every family or individual dealing with epilepsy.
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Epilepsy Alliance of Utah
1737 Cornell Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108