Managing Epilepsy Well Network
The Managing Epilepsy Well Network (MEW) is a team of people who care about the health of people with epilepsy, their friends and family, and their caregivers. MEW Network Members come from U.S. universities, community-based organizations, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Network Members work together to promote epilepsy self-management research and improve the quality of life for people with epilepsy.
What Programs are in the MEW Network?
How can I find a MEW program near me?
- Once on the Epilepsy & Seizures 24/7 Helpline Resources webpage, scroll down to the "Keyword Search” box in the bottom right.
- Enter the name of the program you are interested in:
- PACES in Epilepsy
- Project UPLIFT
- Optional: Enter your state in "Location"
- Click Search to find where the program is offered
Where can I get more information about the MEW Network?
For more information about programs in the MEW network, visit managingepilepsywell.org.
The MEW is funded by the CDC and is supported by special interest project (SIP) 05-07, SIP 07-06, SIP 06-07, SIP 01-08 and SIP 09-11, and Cooperative Agreement Numbers U4 DP000043, U48DP000050, U48DP001901, U48DP001949, 1U48-DP001909.
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