This is our 25th anniversary of Family Camp!

This year we will be at a new location—The Boy Scout Camp, Camp Frontier in Pioneer, Ohio. The event will be held August 8th, 9th, & 10th, and thanks to our wonderful sponsors and supporters, there is no cost to attend.

Family Camp is a great opportunity to meet other people living with epilepsy and relax with people who truly understand what you go through every day. Parents/guardians are required to be present with children under the age of 18, but the camp if not exclusively for children—anyone living with epilepsy is welcome to participate.

SPACE IS LIMITED AND RESERVATIONS WILL BE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS.
Please fill out the attached form and return to:

Karen Diaz
The Epilepsy Center of Northwest Ohio
1701 Holland Rd.
Maumee, OH 43537

You may also email to: kdiaz@epilepsycenter.org or call 419.867.5950 ext 204

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Events / Family Camp

Family Camp
Family Camp Since 1989 The Epilepsy Center has been hosting a camp for families and individuals impacted by epilepsy. Family Camp takes place over three days in the summer and is full of activities and educational seminars. Traditionally held at Camp Libbey in Defiance, campers celebrate the camp-assigned "theme" during the weekend through craft and other entertaining festivities.

The camp opens on a Friday evening with meet and greets with a camp fire. Saturday is a busy day with educational seminars for the adults and parents, crafts and lawn games for the kids, swimming for all, and concludes with the evening's fun event and campfire.


































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Mission
The Mission of the Epilepsy Center of Northwest Ohio is to improve the lives of people affected by epilepsy and those with developmental disabilities.

Vision
People with epilepsy and those with developmental disabilities will attain the highest quality of life and gain full acceptance and understanding from the community.



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