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Epilepsy and Déjà Vu

Ever had the feeling that you’ve experienced a certain moment before? It’s called déjà vu, and although most occurrences are likely not related to epilepsy, the feeling can reflect seizure activity in the brain and is prevalent among people with epilepsy.



Star Students

The UCB Family Scholarship Program™  offers educational scholarships to people living with epilepsy, or family members/caregivers of people with epilepsy, who excel in academics or personal achievements.



Epilepsy Patient Pioneers

For a long time, people with epilepsy have played a key role in helping doctors and neuroscientists understand how the brain works—and why it sometimes doesn’t. As brain research enters an exciting new era, epilepsy patients continue to help explore the boundaries of how the mind operates.



Caregiving: The Power of 2

Caregivers play a central role in the life of a loved one with epilepsy. Not only do they help manage seizures, medications and doctor appointments, but they can also offer emotional and moral support and advocate for the loved one in the community.


EpilepsyAdvocate is a community of people living with epilepsy, their family members, and their caregivers.