Mailing address: P.O. Box 7092 Stn Main, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 4J1
Meeting address: 333 - 4th Avenue N (Last Saturday of each month 1-3 pm)
Phone: (306) 665-1939
Toll Free: 1-866-EPILEPS(Y)
Our coffee group gatherings are for those who are in any way impacted by epilepsy and in need of, or able to offer support. Family, children, caregivers and friends are all welcome.
Last Saturday of each month from 1-3pm @ 333 - 4th Avenue N.
For those who are in any way impacted by epilepsy and in need of, or able to offer support.
Support meetings are held on the last Saturday of each month from 1-3pm @ 333 - 4th Avenue N.
Family, children, caregivers and friends are all welcome to attend support group meetings.
History of Epilepsy
The oldest detailed account of epilepsy is on a Babylonian tablet in the British Museum
Check Drug Interactions
Access an online tool to cross reference epilepsy drugs against other medications/foods.
What is Purple Day?
March 26th is a day where people around the world are encouraged to wear purple and host events to raise epilepsy awareness. Purple Day was founded by Cassidy Megan, a fellow Canadian, in 2008...
Providing a shoulder and an ear
Epilepsy Saskatoon is not a medical organization. Our focus is to provide support to those who are in any way impacted by epilepsy. This extends to the family and care-givers as well as those individuals who are epilepsy warriors.
Monthly coffee group
Held on the last Saturday of each month from 1 to 3 pm.
WA Edwards Family Centre
333 - 4th Avenue North
(see map at bottom of this page)
Increasing Awareness in Saskatoon
In Canada approximately 1 in 100 people are living with epilepsy and there are over 10,000 diagnosed with epilepsy in Saskatchewan. It is not an uncommon disorder, so it is especially important that we encourage people to talk openly and honestly about what challenges people with epilepsy face in our community and to actively look for ways to help them.
It is also very important that we enhance seizure awareness, which will help us all react calmly and confidently should a fellow citizen experience a seizure.
In order to achieve our goals to support, educate and create epilepsy awareness in Saskatoon, we are always looking for new and interesting fundraising opportunities.
If you have an idea or would like to make a donation to our organization, please send us an email and be sure to check back often to see what adventure we have in the works!
Check Canadian Drug Shortages
Access an online tool to see the status of medication you are taking and to learn when any shortages are to be resolved.