Garden City, May 6, 2014 - EPIC's Studio E Art Therapy Program will kick off on May 6th at our Garden City Location. This is the third year the Agency is offering the initiative, made possible through a grant provided by Lundbeck, your Partner in Epilepsy. The program will run every Tuesday for 8 weeks from 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm.
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Garden City, February 2013 - Bullying has become a dangerous epidemic across our country. Children, and even adults, are bullied for a host of reasons. But there is one less talked about cause of bullying that is impacting up to 35,000 children and adults on Long Island and 3 million people nationwide. These individuals struggle with epilepsy, a condition characterized by reoccurring seizures. *Find out how EPIC Long Island bring the show on the road with its Community Outreach Programs!
Garden City, January 2014 - To celebrate its future as a center of excellence in providing services for those with epilepsy, developmental disabilities, and mental health challenges, EPIC Long Island Inc. hosted its 29th Annual Dinner Dance, "A Blue Tie Affair," January 10th, 2014 at Carlyle on the Green. Over 300 supporters joined EPIC in recognition of their continuous support and dedication to those they serve.
Garden City, December 2013 - In honor of Epilepsy Awareness Month, this past November, EPIC Long Island extended the fundraising campaign for the 2013 Walk for Epilepsy recently held in Eisenhower Park, East Meadow. The Walk attracted over 350 participants and raised thousands of dollars. All proceeds from the Walk are going toward EPIC LI's programs and services that serve individuals with epilepsy.
***To view the photo gallery online or to contribute your own photos from our 2013 WALK please visit our FB page here.
Garden City, JULY 11, 2013 — Like every high school graduate, Brian has his mind on his future and thanks to a partnership between EPIC Long Island (formerly, Epilepsy Foundation of Long Island) and Nassau BOCES, he had a full time job locked in after he graduated high school.