We are partnering with RapidSOS to bring S.A.F.E. members free mobile safety & security! Members receive one year free to the Haven app.
For more information about RapidSOS and the Haven app, visit www.rapidsos.com.
Want to see the South Carolina Stingrays in action - wearing our special purple, epilepsy awareness jerseys?
Worn on December 12, 2015 at Hockey Heroes For Epilepsy - they look awesome!
Check out this video!
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Watch this video about epilepsy, produced by SC ETV. Members of SAFE are featured and their stories are shared!
Thank you to everyone that helped make
this video a huge success!
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Erick is the inspiration behind S.A.F.E., read his amazing story here.
SAFE is based out of Charleston, which is home to our largest and longest standing chapter. Our goal is to re-activate chapters within the state after having to temporarily cease meetings/activities in several areas.
South Carolina Advocates For Epilepsy devotes its energy to passionately advocating for members of the epilepsy community.
Vital components to improving the quality of life for all epilepsy patients include our commitment to raising the level of awareness in our state, removing the stigma often associated with seizures and epilepsy, teaching seizure first-aid throughout our communities and providing educational opportunities and social activities to all our members.
Epilepsy Patients - Fear Us Not
2016 Epilepsy Awareness Month video
For more information, see the "Purple with a Purpose" tab
in upper right corner of this page.
This event has been postponed due to
A new date will be posted soon.
Our prayers are with everyone
in the path of the storm.
Please stay safe!
South Carolina Advocates For Epilepsy will be volunteering again this year to help out with the 41st Annual Turkey Day Run! The volunteer shifts are now open which means you can secure your shift now, before they close the shift. There are 7 shifts to choose from - including Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Please consider helping us schedule as many shifts as possible. The Knights of Columbus are extremely generous with their donations to us and other local organizations. The amount of the donation is based off the number of shifts our volunteers work and total amount raised by the event. This is an easy way for us to secure funds to keep raising awareness!
Follow the link below and register asap - then let me know what shift you have signed up for by sending an email to Karen@scepilepsy.org! Be sure to designate South Carolina Advocates For Epilepsy as the organization you are volunteering for. Thanks!
Epilepsy - A Personal Perspective
2015 awareness video
To receive your free year of Haven, as a member of S.A.F.E., visit this link: https://rapidsos.com/referrals/safe/
To view the press release announcing our partnership with RapidSOS, please visit: https://www.rapidsos.com/SouthCarolinaAdvocatesForEpilepsyPartnershipPressRelease.pdf/
Beginning April 1, 2018 our office hours will be Tuesday through Thursday, 9am to 3pm.
Voice mails and emails will be returned during our new work days/hours.
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Erick Gordon, SAFE representative, helps present a donation of 110 caps to the MUSC Neurophysiology department. The caps are used for patients scheduled for both inpatient and outpatient EEG's.
Take the right steps in preventing and helping Adults in a time of need. This will give you tips, on how to be SAFE.
No child wants to experience a seizure nor does any adult want to see an innocent child suffer through a seizure. Read through our tips on how to help and protect children in times of need.