We have moved!

You can find us just north of the Deerfoot Meadows Costco at #120, 6835 Railway Street SE, T2H 2V6. Our new office space is shared with The Parkinson’s Association of Alberta, we look forward to welcoming you!

WIN Big, HELP Big!

There is still time to grab your raffle tickets for the Grand Prize draw on July 26th. Grab your chance to FLY, STAY, and PLAY and 50/50 draw! Money raised will go to support our programs and services.
Click HERE for your chance to win!

New Support Groups!

Introducing three new support groups this summer at the EAC! You asked, we listened. We are excited to announce that beginning in July we will be offering a monthly women’s only support group and a caregivers’ support group for parents with children that have been diagnosed with epilepsy. In August we add a caregiver group for partners and spouses of people that live with epilepsy. You don’t have to do this alone.

New Team Members

Kris Fernet
– Manager of Development

Kris has been a professional fundraiser for almost 25 year and has a passion for data and communications.

A few fun facts about Kris is that he is a musician, loves the outdoors, fishing, and camping. Kris shares his home with a pet turtle, fish, a few other critters!

Andrea Sereda, MSW, RSW
– Counsellor & Educator

Andrea is passionate about empowering people through education. She loves designing and implementing programs and has a special interest in epilepsy as her husband David was diagnosed 10 years ago.

A fun fact about Andrea – she loves to dance and teaches Zumba every week for fun!

Jennifer Labelle, MSW, RSW
– Counsellor & Educator

Jennifer is excited to back at the EAC after completing a university practicum here about ten years ago.

A fun fact about a Jennifer is that she and her husband lovingly share their home with a small brood of senior animals: Chrissy, their dog is 13, Empy their cat is 16, and Kirby another kitty is 15.

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