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Purple Day T-shirts

Our Purple Day T-shirts are now available to order.

We have a great new design for 2016!

We encourage you to place your orders before February 2oth to guarentee sizes. This year we have Youth XS- Adult 3XL available. 

To order t-shirts, fill out the form below and email it to info@epilepsynl.com or call Gina 709-722-0502 to place your order over the phone. 

Door to Door Campaign

The Door to Door Campaign is now in full swing. High school students can gain career hours while helping out a non-profit organization. 

Anyone can participate across the island.  For those interested, please call Elaine 709-722-0502

Calendar Campaign

The Calendar Campaign is now closed for the 2015 year. If you still have donations to submitted, please do so. 

We would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to everyone who participated and we thank everyone for their support. 

Elections Newfoundland and Labrador 

The videos on this page were produced for Elections Newfoundland and Labrador by the Coalition of Persons with Disabilities- Newfoundland and Labrador. The videos are presented in American Sign Language with captioning and voiceover in plain language and feature information for voters on the voting process. Click here to access the videos. 

Extensive Library
Here at ENL we know how important it is to be informed. Members and organizations can borrow from our resource centre for personal learning or to help teach others and promote awareness of epilepsy issues.
Services and Programs
Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador offers its members and interested individuals a wide range of services and programs to meet your needs concerning all aspects of living with epilepsy.
Thrift Shop
Come visit our store Previously Loved Clothes and Things located at 351 Kenmount Road. Remember, because we are a charity, you never pay tax!

WHAT IS ENL?

Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador is a registered charity founded in 1983. It is the only epilepsy organization serving the province and representing more than 10,000 men, women, children, and their families, who are living with epilepsy. The association is funded by donations; 100% of which remain in the province to help develop programs and services dedicated to the promotion of independence and quality of life for all people with epilepsy and their families.

DID YOU KNOW?
About 300,000 Canadians (1 % of the population) are affected by epilepsy
DID YOU KNOW?
In one year, an average of 14,000 people learn they have epilepsy.
DID YOU KNOW?
Each year, 1 in 2000 people are diagnosed with epilepsy
DID YOU KNOW?
The prevalence of epilepsy in persons over the age of 65 is approximately 7%: 1 in 14 seniors.
DID YOU KNOW?
Each day in Canada, an average of 38 people learn they have epilepsy.
DID YOU KNOW?
60% of new patients are young children or seniors.

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