Due to our aging population, there is an increasing number of older adults living with epilepsy. Therefore, it is important for everyone to understand the particular effects of epilepsy in the later years, to ensure age-appropriate care and support.

This section is intended as a general overview of some of the common causes of epilepsy, the process of diagnosis, as well as some general information regarding treatment and self-management in the later years.

The Epilepsy in the Later Years guide provides information people living with epilepsy in their later years. Click on the link below to access the guide:

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