Events & News

Events & News

All year long, the Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group promotes epilepsy education for patients, their caregivers, medical treatment staff, and the general public. Team Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group participates in several epilepsy walks and many different fundraising activities that directly benefit the national or local epilepsy foundations and advocacy societies. Check out our upcoming schedule and you may find an activity that interests you.

International Epilepsy Day

International Epilepsy Day

International Epilepsy Day
February 8, 2021

International Epilepsy Day is a special event which promotes awareness of epilepsy in more than 120 countries each year. Every year on the second Monday of February people join together to celebrate and highlight the problems faced by people with epilepsy, their families and carers.

This is a day for everyone, no matter where you are, no matter how small your group or large your area, no matter whether you focus on the medical or the social aspects of the disease. We want you to help us celebrate International Epilepsy Day! Let's speak with one global voice.

https://internationalepilepsyday.org/online-awareness/



Events that were highlighted in the past

International Epilepsy Day
AES Annual Meeting
Wellness in Epilepsy Program: Book Club for Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group and Mid-Atlantic Epilepsy and Sleep Center Patients
November: Epilepsy Awareness month
9th Annual Trick or Treating Walk Run
Introductory online chess lessons for persons with epilepsy and seizures
Walk to end Epilepsy in New Jersey (virtual)
Virtual Medicinal Cannabis symposium
Purple Day
2022 Paint The Pony Purple
International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD)
International Epilepsy Day
AES Annual Conference
AES Annual Conference
Epilepsy Awareness Month
Glow Walk and Run
International Congress of Psychology (ICP) 2021
International Congress of Psychology (ICP) 2021
2021 Dravet Syndrome Foundation (DSF) Biennial Family & Professional Conference
Walk to end Epilepsy