There are many Epilepsy resources in Australia, with each State having their own support organisations for Epilepsy. Here is our list of Epilepsy websites in Australia.
Epilepsy Australia – http://www.epilepsyaustralia.net/
Epilepsy Australia Ltd (ABN 14 097 003 382) is a not-for-profit organization and a nationally registered charity and is committed to improving the quality of life for every Australian living with epilepsy and other seizure disorders.
Epilepsy Action Australia – http://www.epilepsy.org.au/
Beginning in 1952 as a local association, Epilepsy Action Australia has developed into the largest provider of specialist epilepsy services in the community for people with epilepsy and other seizure disorders, their carers, families and the broader community.
The Epilepsy Society of Australia – http://www.epilepsy-society.org.au/
The Epilepsy Society of Australia is a professional organisation for clinicians, scientists and technologists involved in the diagnosis, treatment and research of epilepsy in Australia.
Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria – http://www.epinet.org.au/
The Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria provides services to people living with epilepsy and their families, and works to raise awareness of epilepsy in organisations and the broader community to reduce the stigma and create a more welcoming and inclusive society. The Epilepsy Foundation is an Incorporated Association, which operates under the governance of a volunteer Board.
Epilepsy Research Centre – http://www.brain.org.au/epilepsyresearch/
The Epilepsy Research Centre is Australia’s leading clinical epilepsy research group. It comprises clinical researchers and scientists from research teams at the University of Melbourne, Austin Health and the Brain Research Institute (now part of the Florey Neuroscience Institutes) working together to better understand the causes, treatment and outcome of epilepsy.
Epilepsy Queensland – http://www.epilepsyqueensland.com.au/site/
Since 1969, Epilepsy Queensland Inc has been dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with epilepsy and their carers/families through advocacy, research, support and information. Considerable effort is put into increasing public awareness and raising community understanding of epilepsy.
Epilepsy Association of Western Australia – http://www.epilepsywa.asn.au/
Aim: To educate those with epilepsy, their family, friends and society, to enable the epilepsy sufferer to integrate successfully in the community, and enjoy a full and productive life-style.