Online Seminars

Epilepsy WA Online Seminar Series

Epilepsy WA is delighted to offer a range of free online seminar sessions which can be viewed from a smart phone, tablet or PC. Click the seminar you are interested in below to view.

Sami Alert Device Video Information Session

An informative video information session recorded between Epilepsy WA and Seizure Alert Australia on the Sami (Sleep Activity Monitor) device. The Sami is a sleep activity monitor for caregivers and individuals who need to watch carefully for abnormal movements at night. This video covers frequently asked questions about the Sami, which may assist you in deciding whether this is the right device for you.

Nightwatch Video Information Session

An informative video information session recorded between Epilepsy WA and Seizure Alert Australia on the Nightwatch device. A comfortable wireless armband that closely monitors the heart rate and motion while the wearer is lying in bed. This video covers frequently asked questions about the Nightwatch, which may assist you in deciding whether this is the right device for you.

Memory and Epilepsy

Struggles with memory can be a challenge that many of those living with epilepsy face. Epilepsy WA has created a free webinar on the topic.

Epilepsy, Stress Management and You

Taking action to reduce stress is one way in which we gain control over our lives. Epilepsy WA has created this free online seminar to assist with stress management techniques.

Epilepsy & Sleep

Sleep deprivation is considered one of the most common seizure triggers for those living with epilepsy and getting adequate sleep is reportedly an essential component in helping to reduce epilepsy related risk. Epilepsy WA has produced this free webinar that explores the complexities of epilepsy and sleep and talks about ways in which you may be able to overcome barriers that stand in your way of getting adequate rest.

Epilepsy WA and Empatica, Embrace Watch Video Information Session

An informative video information session recorded between Epilepsy WA and Empatica, the makers of the Embrace Watch. This video covers frequently asked questions about the Embrace Watch and may help you decide whether it’s the right device for you.

Epilepsy WA and Pulseguard (UK) Video Information Session

An informative video information session recorded between Epilepsy WA and Kate Farmer from Pulseguard (UK). This video covers frequently asked questions about the Pulseguard device, which may assist you in deciding whether it’s the right device for you.

Epilepsy WA and Epihunter Video Information Session

An informative video information session recorded between Epilepsy WA and Tim from Epihunter (Belgium). The Epihunter has the ability to detect absence seizures. This video covers frequently asked questions about the Epihunter device, which may assist you in deciding whether it’s the right device for you.

Epilepsy WA and AbiFit Information Session

An informative video information session recorded between Epilepsy WA and the makers of the AbiFit device. This video covers frequently asked questions about the AbiFit, which may assist you in deciding whether it’s the right device for you.

As a community service, Epilepsy WA produces webinars to help educate the community on some of the seizure alert device options that are available. Please be advised that Epilepsy WA does not endorse any of these devices. Our online seminars are not recorded with the intention that they will replace individual medical advice. Please speak to a medical professional if you are concerned about your epilepsy or your wellbeing.

These webinars are made possible thanks to the support of UCB.

Supported by UCB

DISCLAIMER

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.

EVENTS

  • Annual Street Appeal - Friday 20th November 2020
  • Purple Walk For Epilepsy WA - March 2021
  • Purple Lights for Purple Day – March 26th
  • Morning Tea for Epilepsy WA Purple Day

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