Camp is coming soon! If interested go to the Camp ASCCA website for information and to fill out camp application. Camp will be the week of June 28-July 3, Session 1

The website is:

Bill to Bring Transparency to DEA Scheduling Reintroduced: Dr. Nathan Fountain, Professional Advisory Board chairman, testified in support of legislation that would speed up the DEA scheduling process and make it more transparent, changes which would bring new therapies to people faster. Following his testimony, the bill (H.R. 639) was reintroduced. Learn more about the testimony, the bill, and ask your Representative to support H.R. 639

We would like to welcome the new Executive Director, Donna Dodson to the Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama.

We would like to welcome the newly elected Board officers of the Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama for 2015. Kelly Morris, President; Angel Persson, Vice-President; John Bedsole, Treasurer; and Scott Stevens, Secretary.

"Individuals with and without disabilities are invited to participate in this research study. The survey will be available until October 26, 2016.

To access the study's website, please click on the following link:


UAB will create a cannabidiol program for research and treatment of debilitating seizures in response to the enactment of Carly’s Law by the Alabama legislature and Governor Bentley.

The Cannabidiol Program will be established by the UAB Department of Neurology, which includes physicians practicing at the Kirklin Clinic and UAB Hospital as well as at Children’s of Alabama. The co-directors will be Jerzy P. Szaflarski, MD. Ph.D., Martina Bebin, M.D., M.P.A, and Leon Dure, M..D

The program must meet regulatory requirements of the Food and Drug Administration, The Drug Enforcement Administration and the university’s Institutional Review Board; approvals must be obtained be fore the program can be launched. This process could take six months or longer.

Patients seeking an appointment with the UAB cannabidiol program call

205-975-8883 or email for more information.

Epilepsy Awareness Initiatives

If you have any questions email or call him at 251-341-0170.

Epilepsy Awareness Club in Madison, AL

Gena Dalton and Michelle Lange, are the contacts in Madison , AL.


Beginning in November, Epilepsy Awareness Month, the Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama will initiate statewide efforts to broaden the information base and awareness of seizure disorders and epilepsy throughout Alabama.

All outreach groups will be" Epilepsy Awareness Clubs" with the new mission of bringing the latest information on seizure diagnosis and management. At the same time we will bring more uniformity in our delivery of services statewide through these clubs will serve clients with emphasis on the positives, such as belonging and awareness.

The change will be more than cosmetic as the roll of the Awareness Clubs unfolds. If you are interested in bringing a posotive sound and participating in our efforts contact David A. Toenes, Director of Client Services at or call David at 1-800-626-1582.

Epilepsy Awareness Clubs

The Epilepsy Awareness Clubs throughout the state will provide a new,

up to date outreach capacity designed to meet the needs of the growing population

Of Persons With Epilepsy (PWE). Each will interlock with the other through the Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama offices.

The function of the EWC is to provide a homogenous group of individuals with epilepsy seeking additional information on treatment, medications, and the newest treatment modalities for epilepsy. Additionally, the Awareness clubs will serve as established meeting groups and outreach engines.

The initial sites for the Epilepsy Awareness Sites are:

Mobile (Andulsia/Brewton), Montgomery, Dothan, Birmingham, and Huntsville


The Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama is a voluntary, nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals affected by epilepsy in 67 counties across Alabama.

A nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, the Epilepsy Foundation of Alabama has as its mission to educate and support individuals with epilepsy and their families, to increase awareness in the general community and to facilitate prevention and management of epilepsy. This includes providing services and programs for people with epilepsy and their families; educating and increasing awareness about epilepsy; providing leadership in advocacy for epilepsy issues and collaborating with other community resources in support of the mission of the people with seizure disorders.


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Office Park 3, 273 Azalea Rd #310
Mobile, AL, 36609-1970
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