The Epilepsy Centre is a professional organisation committed to providing quality, caring services to people living with epilepsy and improving community awareness and attitudes. The Epilepsy Centre has been the leading provider of epilepsy services in South Australia and the Northern Territory since 1976, and are dedicated to providing high quality support, counselling, training, practical assistance and advocacy on behalf of people with epilepsy. We also work continuously to raise awareness of epilepsy in the community to reduce stigma and create a more welcoming and inclusive society.
Epilepsy Management Support
Care Plan Development
Home and Residential Care Visits
In Hospital Support
Collaboration and networking with other agencies Client Services
Epilepsy First Aid Training
Emergency Medication Training
Epilepsy Education for –
Disability and Support Workers
Family and Friends
The Epilepsy Centre receives no government funding and is largely funded from private sources, mainly philanthropic donations. If you would like to help you can donate or you can support our work in a variety of other ways. Please view our Donation, Membership and Volunteer sections for more information. The Epilepsy Centre is a member of Epilepsy Australia, the national coalition of state-based epilepsy associations and the leading consumer-led epilepsy body in Australia. Our hope is that all Australians living with epilepsy, as well as the medical profession, allied health workers, principals, teachers, employers and the wider community will find this website to be an informative and valuable resource in their daily lives.
We always have something happening to bring our community together and have a bit of fun. Check out our upcoming events here.
The Epilepsy Centre have been hard at work raising funds to buy seizure mats for families in need for over three years.
For your chance to win a huge cash prize and to support a worthy cause. Always a very small draw so there are great odds!
The Epilepsy Centre of South Australia and The Northern Territory does not receive any Government funding. The provision of basic services is heavily reliant on fundraising through donations and special events. Your donation will enable us to improve the quality of life for people living with epilepsy through our many services. A donation, no matter how small, is an investment in the future ensuring that our work will benefit future generations of people living with epilepsy.