Epilepsy and Epilepsy Surgery Support Group
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Epilepsy and Epilepsy Surgery Support Group provides information, education, and support for patients who have had, or will have, epilepsy surgery, and their families.
For information, call Nancy Solis at 603-650-6265.
Epilepsy Resource Room
The Epilepsy Resource Room supports people living with epilepsy throughout New Hampshire. Any person with epilepsy or their family members can connect directly with Resource Room coordinators from the Epilepsy Foundation New England.
All services are provided free by phone or online using Zoom. Interpreter services are available for those who do not speak English. No referral is needed to use this service.
Our dedicated coordinators can link you to:
- Community employment, wellness, and respite services
- Community resources and information to help manage epilepsy and its challenges
- Educational resources that are trustworthy to better understand their epilepsy
- Epilepsy Foundation New England programs, camps, emergency aid, and more
- Epilepsy self-management programs
- Information and referrals to transportation, housing, food, and other local community and state social services
- Others living with epilepsy that are linked to the Epilepsy Foundation New England
- School and workplace education programs
- Support groups for adults, youth, and parents of children with epilepsy
We are open Monday through Friday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
- Phone: To speak with one of our coordinators, call 617-506-6041, extension 151.
- Email: Contact Colette Cambey at email@example.com or Clark Bray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions or feedback, contact Elaine Kiriakopoulos, MD, MSc, at email@example.com.
People with seizures have a lot of difficulties with day-to-day memory, which may affect their job and their social lives. HOBSCOTCH (HOme Based Self-management and COgnitive Training CHanges lives) is a behavioral program designed to address memory and attention problems for people with epilepsy.
HOBSCOTCH uses certain psychological strategies (self-management and problem-solving therapy) to improve memory function in people with seizures. The program is designed to help adults with seizures to find ways to manage and cope with memory problems in order to lead a happier, more productive life. The program is simple, cost-effective, and requires only a few visits to your doctor’s office.