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How can I help improve care for children and youth with epilepsy?
Explore the resources and best practices from the National Center for Project Access (NCPA) to learn about what others have done to improve systems of care.
Project Access grantees are implementing unique and innovative strategies to address the challenges children and youth with epilepsy face within their health care system, schools, and communities. Learn more as we highlight a new grantee each month.
Project Access is a national initiative funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration that seeks to increase awareness of epilepsy and improve access to coordinated, comprehensive care for children and youth with epilepsy in medically underserved and rural areas.
The National Center for Project Access (NCPA) provides national leadership, technical assistance and support to state grantees, and serves as a clearinghouse for epilepsy-related resources.
Read more about how the Epilepsy Foundation of Western/Central PA and the PA Medical Home Project are working together to extend their education and pediatric support.
Learn about Alaska's protocol for reaching school nurses in rural areas to distribute school nurse training notebooks.