Nereg Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group

 Who we are


Epilepsy Life Links provides a comprehensive array of supports and life-improvement opportunities for persons diagnosed with epilepsy and seizure disorders. The aim of our epilepsy advocacy group is to improve the quality of life and care for people of all ages who suffer epileptic seizures and associated symptoms and complications of epilepsy. Our programs focus on the physical and mental well-being of persons with epilepsy by promoting education, accessibility to health care, peer communication, and a sense of community. We developed these programs with the epilepsy patient in mind, and are accessible to caregivers and healthcare providers.

To cultivate a comprehensive support system for children and adults with all types of epilepsy diagnoses and symptoms that arise as a consequence through collaboration with a network of advocacy groups, regionally, nationally, and internationally. Our collective goal will be to assist epilepsy patients everywhere in becoming fully woven into the fabric of society.

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  Event & News

Sharons Ride Run Walk
Epilepsy Webinar -  Brain tumors and epilepsy

October 13, 2015
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Jeffrey Politsky,MD
Associate Director, Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group
Co-Director of Research, Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group
Medical Director, MEG & Functional Brain Mapping Center, and Atlantic Neuroscience Institute Epilepsy Center.

Epilepsy Book Release
Book release: Qué Necesitas Saber si la Epilepsia Ha Tocado Tu Vida
(What you need to know if epilepsy has touched your life)

Congratulations to Dr. Marcelo Lancman and his team at the Northeast
Regional Epilepsy Group (Drs. Fertig, Laban-Grant, Myers and Dana
Annual Nereg Conference
Annual Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group Conference

October 3, 2015

Simultaneous all-day conferences on adult and childhood epilepsy and psychogenic non epileptic seizures taught by epileptologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, social workers, registered dieticians, and nurses who specialize in epilepsy and seizures.