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    Adult Epilepsy Support Groups -- Updated
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    phylisfeinerjohnson posted:


    Here's a list of Adult Epilepsy Support Groups across the country that I've compiled. Hopefully it will be of help.

    If you have any additions or suggestions, please, sing out!!!

    http://epilepsytalk.com/2013/02/24/adult-epilepsy-support-groups-up...

    Phylis Feiner Johnson
    www.epilepsytalk.com
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    saxofone1 responded:
    Hi Phylis,

    That is a great list you have put together. Thank you.

    I participate in Nevada support group at the Sunrise Hospital. We are fun, loving, informative, and very tight. We welcome everyone.

    BTW, this coming March 9, there will be an epilepsy conference here in Vegas at one of the local high schools.

    I have lost the website for info and registration matteres but you can problably find the needed info through the website that is listed with Lisa's info.

    Thanks again,
    angie
     
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    saxofone1 responded:
    Hey Phylis,

    The site for info regarding the convention is www. NevadaEpilepsy.kintera.org/LVConference

    angie


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