December 12, 2017
Family & Friends, you are invited to a Tacky Christmas party! Arrive in your tacky christmas outfit and get ready to enjoy an evening of merriment, food, family, friends and more!
*Costume Contest- Tackiest of the Tacky
*Dirty Santa (Clean Version)- Rules: Your gift has to be hand-made and cost less than $10!
*Expecting a very special Guest Speaker who will be double checking his naughty & nice list!
Facebook event here
November 14, 2017
Our November social will be a pot luck! It is not require to bring a dish, just family and/or yourself! For those interested in bringing a dish, please email Arielle Palady or access the pot luck sign up sheet through our facebook event!
November 9, 2017
Join us on Mississippi Purple Day, November 9th 2017, on the beautiful gulf coast for an awareness walk! This event is free and open to the community. There will be music, games, raffle prizes, and more!
*This day is about celebrate those lives affected by epilepsy or seizure disorders!*
June 9, 2017
The Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi will hold it’s Ms. Gulf Coast Epilepsy Awareness Event, “Brighter Nights for Epilepsy Awareness” on Thursday evening, November 9, 2017. This will be a community-wide and statewide event with an awareness walk! Save the Date now to join us to Brighten the night for Epilepsy Awareness and SUDEP awareness. There will be games, raffles, and community awareness to remember those lost to SUDEP and to honor the ones currently living with epilepsy for National Epilepsy Awareness Month.
WHEN: Thursday, November 9, 2017
WHERE: Washington Street Pavilion, 601 S. Beach Blvd., Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
TIME: 5:30 P.M.
ENTRY FEES: More to come
There will be a 1-mile awareness walk, a memorial wall for those we’ve lost to epilepsy, guest speakers, and Cosmic Bingo!
September 23, 2016
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August 31, 2016
The public is invited to participate in a shoe collection drive to raise funds for the Programs and Services offered by the Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi such as the Alvin P. Flannes Summer Camp, Medication Assistance, and State of the art medical alert bracelets. Donations of gently worn used and new shoes will be accepted. The amount of money raised is determined by the number of shoes collected.
All donated shoes will be redistributed to microenterprise partners through Funds2Orgs, a for profit social enterprise, and used in developing nations for impoverished people to start their own businesses.
Starting August 31, 2016 – September 30, 2016 we will be collecting gently used and new shoes.
You can drop them off at the Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi’s office at 2001 Airport Road N., Suite 307, Flowood MS 39232 or call Tres Townsend at 601-936-5222 to schedule a pick up from your location.
In the US alone, approximately 630 million pairs of shoes are thrown away per year. The materials used to manufacture a pair of shoes are created from chemical compounds that will create health hazards if left to disintegrate openly or in landfills. By donating your gently worn used and news shoes to the Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi, your shoes are given a second chance to make a difference which will make strides for Mississippians living with epilepsy. It’s a WIN/WIN for both!
By Donating your shoes, you are building self confidence for Mississippians such as these kids!
June 28, 2016
Teens and young adults with seizures face many challenges heading into the real world with epilepsy. Issues specific to managing your epilepsy, the importance of wellness, and dealing with the challenges for future work and independent living are just a few critical areas. Join our guest experts, James Wheless MD and Wendy Miller RN, PhD on Tuesday, June 28th from 8:00 – 9:15 pm, EDT to learn about how to take charge of your health care and epilepsy!
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
8:00 pm – 9:15pm Easter Time
7:00 pm – 8:15pm Central Time
Please use the following link to register for the webinar: https://www.pathlms.com/online-learning-events/webinars/1054
Offered by the Epilepsy Foundation of America
May 30, 2016
May 30 – June 3 20172017 Alvin P Flannes application 2
The Alvin P. Flannes Summer Camp is a week long camp for Mississippi kids, ages 8-16, living with epilepsy. The campers attend free of charge and enjoy a great camp experience under the supervision of the staff of the Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi, trained counselors, and nurses who are on site 24/7. The camp takes place at Timber Creek camp grounds in Scott County, MS.
Timber Creek Camp
8113 Morton-Marathon Road
Pulaski, MS 39152
To be eligible for the Alvin P. Flannes Summer Camp, a child must:
- Have a primary diagnosis of epilepsy
- Be ages 8 through 16
- Be able to feed, bathe, dress and toilet without assistance
- Work well in small groups
Click here for the 2017 Alvin P Flannes application
May 24, 2016
Join MS F2F, Family Voices of MS and the University of Southern MS – Institute for Disability Studies for a FREE informative Quality Health Care Day Forum. We will have lunch, some great presenters and lots of resources available. This day is open to the public and geared toward parents and professionals. And it’s all FREE!!
Speakers and itinerary as follows:
8:00 – 8:30 Registration/ Welcome
8:30 – 9:30 Early and Continuous Screening- Shelley Ezelle, MS and Leslie Lavern, Ph.D, USM-IDS (Early Years Network)
9:40 – 10:40 Insurance Coverage for CYSHCN- David C. Williams, MD, Medical Director for United HealthCare
10:50 – 11:50 Transition to Adulthood- Jerry Alliston, Ph.D., USM-IDS
11:50 – 1:00 Networking Lunch/ Community Based Services
1:10 – 2:10 Medical Home: HealthCare We All Deserve- Keishawna A. Smith, BA- USM-IDS, Family2Family HIEC
2:20 – 3:20 Family Participation- Joy Hogge, Ph.D., Exe. Director MS Families As Allies