Epilepsy WA relies heavily upon public donations to provide essential epilepsy support services for the 1 in 25 who will be diagnosed with epilepsy and their loved ones.

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Epilepsy WA was founded in 1963 and provides the widest array of epilepsy support services for the WA community, including a network of monthly support groups, a free seizure-alert bed mat loan program, epilepsy training, patient/carer seminars, a compassionate ear listening service, a seizure technology display and awareness-raising activities. Epilepsy WA’s office is conveniently located near to Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Perth Children’s Hospital in Nedlands. 


Epilepsy WA Support Groups

Support Groups

We provide professionally facilitated peer-to-peer epilepsy support groups in Nedlands, Armadale, Midland, Joondalup, Bunbury and online.


Epilepsy Smart Schools

Become nationally recognised as Epilepsy Smart – train beyond seizure first aid and raise awareness of epilepsy at your school or childcare centre. 

Epilepsy WA Seizure Alert

Seizure-alert Technologies

We loan out free seizure alert technology devices, we provide information on devices and we have the largest seizure alert technology display in Australia.

Epilepsy WA Webinars

Webinars & Conference Days 

We produce free online webinars and run periodic seminars and conference days featuring top experts.

Epilepsy WA Sudep

SUDEP & Risk Reduction

We provide information to raise awareness of SUDEP and how to reduce risk of epilepsy related harm.


Epilepsy WA Training

Epilepsy & Midazolam Training

Epilepsy WA offers affordable face-to-face and online automated training.



Important Message: The information contained within this website is not intended to take the place of individual medical advice. Do not make changes to treatment or medications without first discussing with your treating clinician.


  • Epilepsy WA Conference, Friday 1st March 2024
  • Annual Purple Walk, Sunday 17th March 2024
  • Purple Lights for Purple Day, Tuesday 26th March 2024
  • Make March Purple for Epilepsy WA, March 2024