Thursday, 2 February 2017
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Epilepsy is easier to live with when you understand it. Epilepsy New Zealand can help.
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Epilepsy New Zealand Offices throughout the country will close on Friday 21 Dec and reopen 7 Jan 2019.If you require urgent attention, please contact your GP or ring 111 for assistance.Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Safe New Year
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The Waikato Regional Council is excited to announce the development of our Total Mobility Scheme onto the Ridewise electronic system.
Epilepsy New Zealand is grateful to the generous support of the Akarana Community Trust and the Pelorus Trust, allowing us to purchase 7 new laptops for out educators in Waitemata, Auckland Central, Counties-Manukau, Waikato, Lakes, Taranaki and Wellington
In a first for New Zealand, medicinal cannabis research company Cannasouth has announced it will make an application to list its shares on the NZX Main Board through an initial public offering during the second calendar quarter of 2019
NZ Long Drive Golf Tournaments supports Epilepsy New Zealand
Kiwi cyclist Tim Chittock is cycling the length of New Zealand to break a record and raise epilepsy awareness. Check out our website www.cyclingforepilepsy.com
Purple day is coming up on the 26 March 2018… we want you to get involved!
Ashleigh is a great young woman from Canterbury, this story is written about her epilepsy by her mother, she is heading to Cleveland for epilepsy treatment.
Adele Hauwai has shared her Living With Epilepsy story as part of the Epilepsy NZ Tell Us About It Competition. People were asked to send in their stories about epilepsy, the challenges they faced and the lessons they have learned that they would like to share with the world.
The ILAE announces the publication in Epilepsia of two new landmark classification documents, one of seizure types and one of the epilepsies.