Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS) Resources

LGS Foundation

LGSFoundation.org

The LGS Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides information about LGS while raising funds for research, services, and support for individuals living with LGS and their families. Visit their website to learn more about LGS, find relevant services, or get involved in a local or national event. You can also check out their forums where you can have discussions, ask questions, and share ideas.

Epilepsy Foundation

Epilepsy.com

The Epilepsy Foundation of AmericaTM is a national voluntary health agency dedicated solely to the 2 million people with epilepsy in the US and their families. The organization encourages people with seizures to get involved and participate in all life experiences, with an express goal of improving how people with epilepsy are perceived, accepted, and valued in society. Learn about available resources for people affected by epilepsy and discover ways to get involved both nationally and locally, as well as obtain educational material about epilepsy.

Caregiver Corner

Caregiver Corner is a Lundbeck community designed to help LGS families get the knowledge and advice they need by learning from the experiences of others living with LGS. Become a member of Lundbeck's Caregiver Corner to receive information, guidance, and tips from others like you.

Your Partner in Epilepsy

YourPartnerInEpilepsy.com

Educate yourself and others about epilepsy, and inspire people to join the conversation, speak up, and engage the community. Visit YourPartnerInEpilepsy.com to check out the calendar of events to find a local activity or read a blog to see what's going on and learn about new topics in epilepsy, including videos from the LGS Foundation’s Family & Professional conference.

Talk About It

TalkAboutIt.org

Talk About It unites Hollywood celebrities and top healthcare experts to end the misperceptions and misunderstandings about epilepsy and seizure disorders. Visitors will learn how they can help promote awareness and understanding of epilepsy by igniting conversation.