The Epilepsy Association Mural Project
“Beyond the Storm” by Katherine Chilcote

A community art project to build a common dialect of hope and healing.  This Project allows us to tell our story, generate awareness, secure resources and revitalize a neighborhood. The mural is located at the Epilepsy Association Office at 2831 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

The following individuals/foundations contributed to the Project
and we are so very grateful for their support.

The Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation
  Amy E. Kellogg -  Frank H. Porter Jr. - J. Patrick and Diane Spirnak
Tuni and Lee Chilcote - Kathy and James Pender - Reginald and Lynn Shiverick
Medical Mutual
 Kitt and Mark Holcomb - Paula Sauer

Supported By:




Seminar Series: Join us at one of our upcoming consumer-focused seminars that address issues and concerns voiced by the agency’s clients and other individuals affected by epilepsy and their families. Click here for more information about our upcoming seminars.




Gala: Save the Date for the 24th Annual Epilepsy Association Gala as we honor Dr. Elaine Wyllie of the Cleveland Clinic




Parents Inspiring Kids with Epilepsy & Seizure Disorders
 P.I.K.E.S. is a parent support group open to all parents of children with epilepsy. The group meets the second Tuesday of each month from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at rotating locations. Click here to join

January, April, July, October– Parma Library
6996 Powers Blvd, Parma, Ohio
February, May, August, November– Westlake Porter Public Library
27333 Center Ridge Road, Westlake, Ohio
March, June, September, December– Mayfield Library
500 SOM Center Road, Mayfield, Ohio

Kids and Family Program

Do you have a child with epilepsy?  Are you searching for answers? Are you feeling overwhelmed or stressed?

The Kids and Family Program is a free service designed to help parents overcome obstacles in managing a child’s epilepsy. The service is provided by an Epilepsy Association social worker who will meet with you privately in the comfort of your own home or at the Epilepsy Association office.

For more information click here

For more information please contact the Epilepsy Association 216-579-1330



Increase your awareness of epilepsy and seizures and learn how to respond to students who have seizures. Be SMART about Epilepsy in an on-line e-book for all school personnel. These materials will help create a safe and healthy environment for students with epilepsy. Click here.

Free programs and faculty in-services are available for area schools.  A puppet show is available for younger students. Call the Association or click here for more information. 







Seminar Series
The Epilepsy Association has exciting and educational seminars coming up. Click here to find out more and to register.

Save the Date for the 24th Annual Gala on Friday, November

click here for 2013 Annual Report

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List of community resources to help manage epilepsy is now posted.

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For children, adults and families in Northeast Ohio impacted by epilepsy we will raise awareness in the community, provide education, advocacy and direct services that lead to an increased understanding of the disorder and to better management of the condition, resilience, personal fulfillment, independence and the ability to contribute meaningfully to the community.

Purpose Statement

We believe education and awareness are imperative to treatment, acceptance, equitable division of resources and the inherent right of every individual impacted by epilepsy to lead a happy, healthy and productive life.

Epilepsy Association  2831 Prospect Ave  Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2606
Phone: 216-579-1330