We are a proud partner of the United Way



COUNTRY JAM was great!

We had an amazing turnout of volunteers all three days, and we enjoyed being with each other and checking IDs and putting on wristbands. 



The open house was a success!

A BIG thank you to the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce and Chamber Ambassadors for welcoming the foundation and new office into the Eau Claire Community. Also, THANK YOU to everyone that stopped by. We had a wonderful day sharing our mission, teaching about Epilepsy, and had great conversations with other businesses, non-profits, and families in the area.







If you missed our Open House

Stop by and Visit

Come visit our new place and new workers!

 1812 Brackett Avenue, Suite 9 (Eau Claire, WI)


Questions? Let us know!







Please join us in welcoming Alicia Thompson as Project Manager for the Epilepsy Foundation of Western Wisconsin.



Alicia was born and raised in Park Falls, Wisconsin and has resided in the Eau Claire area for nearly 5 years. She holds an Associate Degree in Human Services and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development & Family Studies, with a concentration in Family Communication, from the University of Wisconsin – Stout. She enjoys being an advocate for others and has previous work experience in a group home and as a Case Manager for a local non-profit: L.E. Phillips Career Development Center. As Project Manager she will be handling client services, support groups, education programs, and helping with our events. We are excited to have her on board and invite the community to stop into our office to meet Alicia. (Please see below for office hours and contact information.)


Office hours: (Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm)

1812 Brackett Avenue, Suite 9

Eau Claire, WI 54701





Thank You all for coming out to our 30th Annual Stroll in the Park for Epilepsy, we had great weather and a great day to raise awareness for Epilepsy!  If you would like pictures from our event please email info@epilepsywesternwi.org.





 Let's #UseOurBrains to #EndEpilepsy

  • Epilepsy can affect anyone with a brain. According to the World Health Organization, epilepsy is the most common serious brain disorder worldwide with no age, racial, social class, national or geographic boundaries.
  • Public misunderstanding about epilepsy causes social challenges like bullying, discrimination, and depression. People don't want to talk about it, but we can no longer ignore it.
  • Over a lifetime, one in 10 people will have a seizure, and one in 26 will be diagnosed with epilepsy. There are 3.4 million people in the U.S. living with active epilepsy - that's more than Autism Spectrum Disorders, Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy combined. Yet, Epilepsy receives one-tenth the research funding than any one of those neurological disorders.




To learn more about the Epilepsy Foundation of Western Wisconsin and the services we provide, contact

1812 Brackett Avenue Suite 9

Eau Claire, WI 54701


Board members:

President, Curtis Deprey

Secretary, Matt Lind

Treasurer, Shelby Sivertson

Board member, Joy Paul

Board member, Doug Pichler