Epilepsy Advocacy for Individuals & Their Families

 

 

 

 

Epilepsy Advocacy for Individuals & Their Families

Epilepsy Services of New Jersey is a state-wide, non-profit charitable agency dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for people affected by epilepsy and their loved ones. 

An affiliate of The Family Resource Network

How we help

Epilepsy is not a rare condition. At least 3.4 million people in the United States live with seizures, including 470,000 children. Epilepsy Services of New Jersey continues to fight every day to improve the lives of residents impacted by epilepsy and their family caregivers.

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Paul's Law

Helping create a safe school environment for children with epilepsy

Find out more about Paul’s Law in New Jersey and request a training session for your school

Online Community for Epilepsy Services of New Jersey

We host a private online community where you’ll find support groups, resources, tips an ideas.  Check it out.

Recent Epilepsy News

from the Family Resource Network

  • Epilepsy Stories: The Steele Family

    This is the Steele family. Barbara and her husband Jon Steele of Runnemede New Jersey, take care of their 47 year old daughter Kim who is brain damaged, legally blind and subject to grand mal epileptic seizures. They have taken care of Kim […]

  • Epilepsy Stories: Brittany Bernath

    On January 25, 2014, I woke up to my family standing around me, looking more concerned than I had ever seen them. Realizing that I was in a hospital bed, I was utterly confused. I had no idea what happened, and had no recollection of the […]

  • Paint The Pony Purple 2020

    ESNJ’s Paint the Pony Purple is held every year at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park New Jersey to raise awareness for Epilepsy and provide a safe and fun concert for individuals with Epilepsy and their families. The post Paint The Pony Purple 2020 […]

  • Epilepsy Stories: The Steele Family

    This is the Steele family. Barbara and her husband Jon Steele of Runnemede New Jersey, take care of their 47 year old daughter Kim who is brain damaged, legally blind and subject to grand mal epileptic seizures. They have taken care of Kim […]

  • Epilepsy Stories: Brittany Bernath

    On January 25, 2014, I woke up to my family standing around me, looking more concerned than I had ever seen them. Realizing that I was in a hospital bed, I was utterly confused. I had no idea what happened, and had no recollection of the […]

  • Epilepsy Stories: The Steele Family

    This is the Steele family. Barbara and her husband Jon Steele of Runnemede New Jersey, take care of their 47 year old daughter Kim who is brain damaged, legally blind and subject to grand mal epileptic seizures. They have taken care of Kim […]

  • Epilepsy Stories: Brittany Bernath

    On January 25, 2014, I woke up to my family standing around me, looking more concerned than I had ever seen them. Realizing that I was in a hospital bed, I was utterly confused. I had no idea what happened, and had no recollection of the […]

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