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Epilepsy Advocacy and Employment Group (EPAEG) helps people with epilepsy and seizure disorders by providing an employment program which offers employment support groups, job seeking skills workshops, interviewing skills training, resume and cover letter coaching and helping individuals with epilepsy access to job search databases. It also works with employers to resolve issues related to epilepsy and coordinates with other agencies to provide appropriate education to companies and employers of people with seizure disorders to encourage employment.
EPAEG also assists people with seizure disorders as an individual advocate when discrimination may be an issue, or when a person with seizures needs help or assistance with employment specific issues such as access to health insurance, public and private disability benefits, drivers’ licensing and transportation resources related to accessing employment.
Epilepsy Advocacy and Employment Group provides several professionally conducted, time-limited, education groups which are designed to help individuals with seizure disorders better understand the impact epilepsy has on becoming successfully employed.
When a situation becomes complex and you need special help to resolve it, that’s when you need a case manager or Individual Advocate. Individual Advocacy goes a step beyond referral to other agencies and often involves working directly with legal, governmental, medical and other resources to solve your problem.
Epilepsy Advocacy and Employment Group will act on your behalf as a BRIDGE TO EMPLOYMENT and help you deal with the issues people with epilepsy often face which, along with seizures, lead to employment problems. EPAEG’s individual Advocates are highly experienced with the issues of transportation, memory and cognitive difficulties, brain injury, side-effects of medications, discrimination based on disability, special accommodations, teaching self-advocacy and other issues relative to epilepsy and employment.
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