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Camp Hope

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Join us for a summer full of fun activities, new friends, and making great memories!

Camp Hope is designed for kids in Idaho living with Epilepsy to have a positive camp experience with other kids living with epilepsy. Our FREE camp will provide an opportunity to make new friends and develop a sense of accomplishment in a safe & fun environment.


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Epilepsy Foundation of Idaho

Morgan McGee Scholarship Fund

We are pleased to offer the Morgan McGee Scholarship Fund which was established to not only honor Morgan’s legacy, but to help students with epilepsy reach their full potential. This opportunity is for high school seniors and college students living with epilepsy in Idaho. Deadline to apply is June 30th, 2024.


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Community Programs

Seizure First Aid Certification

Seizure First Aid Certification Training is offered online by the Epilepsy Foundation of America with instructor-led webinars. To take an online class: Register by clicking on the registration link. (If you are taking the training with others, each person needs to register separately.) This certification lasts two years.


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Young Warriors

At Young Warriors, we understand the unique challenges that come with epilepsy, and we believe that every child deserves an opportunity to explore, learn, and have fun in a safe and supportive environment. Our aim is to empower children with epilepsy and create a sense of belonging, while fostering friendships and boosting self-confidence.


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