What is Epilepsy and how to deal with it?

About Us

Epilepsy Tasmania is a privately owned company which has its head office in Tasmania.
We are a team of professional expert with research and treatment. Our team has over 30 years experience in research and treatment epilepsy.
The Epilepsy Tasmania has been working diligently on a new structure to enhance and increase services to people living with epilepsy in Tasmania.
The Epilepsy Tasmania is a not-for-profit, self-help community service organisation formed in 1975 to provide services for people with epilepsy, their families and the community. Today the Association provides support, reassurance, advocacy, referral and accurate, concise information to people with epilepsy and promotes understanding of epilepsy through education and raising community awareness, stated by Treatment Epilepsy.

Our Partner


  • to be a leading centre for epilepsy.
  • to provide the most complete information and necessary for epilepsy.
  • to improve public awareness, understanding and acceptance of epilepsy.

We can help you:

  • Communicate with your expert.
  • Create a friendly environment for people with epilepsy.
  • Teach your family first aid in case of emergency.
  • Live well with epilepsy

Raise Funds

It only takes a few minutes to build an email to all of your contacts. You can be a hero for Epilepsy Tasmania by building your fundraising page. The funds you raise will assist Epilepsy Tasmania and It will help a lot for people with epilepsy.


Epilepsy Tasmania is the most effective treatment system for people with epilepsy, claimed Melbourne Hospital. Thousands of people from all over the world agree that not only does it give you a friendly environment, it also improve care and reduce epilepsy’s impact.
Epilepsy Tasmania is also recognized by many organizations that have granted Epilepsy Tasmania their seal of approval!
” I want to thank you so much for the treatment, you saved my life. I have never had a seizure again since I left. Whenever I remember this, I feel like crying for how grateful I am.”
Sienna T Cawthorne

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