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Record your personal Now I Know! video about epilepsy and post to our Facebook
Share your personal story with the editor of EpilepsyUSA magazine.
Change your email and text messaging signature to November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month
Ask your child's sports team to wear purple ribbons at games in support of epilepsy awareness
Encourage coworkers, affiliated group members, and family members to create a Now I Know! video and post to Facebook and other social networks
Ask a local merchant to host a Now I Know! event and donate proceeds to your local Epilepsy Foundation affiliate
Share your Now I Know! video on Facebook and Twitter statuses
Request copies of the Now I Know! Myths Vs. Facts calendar from Amber Mills (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Download Here
Contact your local Epilepsy Foundation to find out ways to support National Epilepsy Awareness events in your area
Going out tonight?! Wear purple in honor of epilepsy awareness
For many soldiers with traumatic brain injury, epilepsy will be a long-term consequence. This Veteran's Day, educate yourself and share what the Epilepsy Foundation is doing to help veterans living with epilepsy.
Become a member of the Epilepsy Foundation and encourage your Facebook and Twitter followers to do the same.
Register for the 2013 National Walk for Epilepsy on April 20, 2013
Donate to the Epilepsy Foundation
Participate in epilepsy research and help to develop improved treatments and find a cure
Like us on Facebook
Do you want to know something about epilepsy? Ask our information specialist
Need help educating others about epilepsy, check out the educational training offered by the Epilepsy Foundation
Join E-Communities and share with others what you have learned about epilepsy since it entered your life
Contact your Senator and ask him/her to pass the United States Ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)
Distribute the Now I Know! Myths vs. Facts calendar to coworkers, family members, and member organizations
Organize a Do-It-Yourself fundraiser in your community
Purchase epilepsy awareness brochures, books, videos, and memorabilia to spread awareness about epilepsy
Visit TalkAboutIt.org to see what some of your favorite people are saying about epilepsy
"Ask The Expert" any questions or concerns you have regarding epilepsy
Contact your local Epilepsy Foundation and sign up to be a volunteer
Stay informed about what is going on in the epilepsy community. Sign up for our E-Newsletter today!
Follow us on Twitter
Get the facts about epilepsy
Let us know on the Epilepsy Foundation Facebook page how you helped America say Now I Know! about epilepsy.