Research & Reports
Annual reports for Epilepsy Southwestern Ontario. Click the image to view or download the PDF.
Neurological conditions (diseases, disorders, and injuries) can directly affect Canadians of all ages. As these conditions may lead to symptoms and functional deficits that are often chronic in nature, they can have profound impacts on the life and well-being of affected individuals, their families, caregivers and communities.
This document holds information about a study looking into epilepsy surgery involving MEG (magnetoencephalography) and the costs and barriers of this kind of treatment.
More information from the Ontario Education Services Corporation.
This document outlines protocols and provides guidelines for Epilepsy Monitoring Unit for diagnostic evaluation for epilepsy. It can be used as a guide for neurosurgical centres with EMU beds. The protocols are based on current processes in existing EMUs and represent expectations for the highest standards of epilepsy care.
To support the flow of patients towards appropriate treatment for epilepsy, this document contains a set of guidelines to help with the diagnosis, treatment and referral practices from the moment of a patient’s first seizure.
This survey is the first of its kind in Canada to reveal the impact on the life and health of adults living with epilepsy. We hope its insights provoke thought and action among individuals and governments that will make a difference to the lives of all people touched by the disorder.
If you have epilepsy you are not alone. People living with epilepsy in this document share their stories and how they are coping with it.
This booklet is designed to provide general information about epilepsy to the public. It does not include specific medical advice, and people with epilepsy should not make changes based on this information to previously prescribed treatment or activities without first consulting their physician.
Keeping a record of seizures and characteristics of the seizure is important. Make sure to record the date, time, and length of the seizure and events/behavior changes before and after the seizure.
A quick guide for immediate assistance of someone having a seizure.
Part of our Live Facebook Webinar series, this is a conversation with Dr. Seyed Mirsattari MD, Clinical Neurologist of London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), University Hospital on epilepsy care during the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a 15 minute live Q&A at the end, with questions from the live feed.
Part of our Live Facebook Webinar series, this is a conversation with Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Sarah Vernon-Scott, of London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), University Hospital on coping with the stress of COVID-19. There is a 15 minute live Q&A at the end, with questions from the live feed.
Part of our Live Facebook Webinar series, this is a conversation with Paediatric Epileptologist, Dr. Andrea Andrade of Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) to discuss Epilepsy Treatment Options. There is a 15 minute live Q&A at the end, with questions from the live feed.
Are you a youth who is finding the psychosocial impact of epilepsy too difficult to manage on your own? Are you a parent trying to support your youth as they navigate their mental health during COVID-19 times? You are not alone!
As part of our Live Facebook Webinar series, please join Epilepsy Toronto and Epilepsy Southwestern Ontario as we join forces to bring you our latest webinar focused on youth mental health and its relationship with epilepsy.
Join our expert panel, who will share their experience working with youth mental health, and provide strategies to assist youth during this time. Q&A opportunity to follow.