• Spring & summer 2017

    Live Out Loud Concert!

    Salt City Walk!

    Out of the Shadows 5K & Clambake!

    Friends & Family Day at Frontier Field!

    Camp EAGR & COAST!

    Check out our upcoming events here!

  • You can help us provide individuals with a life of choice through education, training, advocacy and tailored support solutions.

    Help us reach our Spring Goal of $18,000 by May 31st!

    Read Anthony's Story!

  • May 20th • 7:00 pm

    The Historic German House

    Raffles, music & supporting EPI!

    Featuring: Jimmie Highsmith, Jr. and
    Danielle Ponder & The Tomorrow People!

    Tickets & Sponsorship!

  • Camp EAGR/COAST 2017

    Mark your calendars for Camp EAGR/COAST 2017!

    August 13th - 19th 

    Registration is Open!

    Learn more & Register!

  • Join us for our 7th Annual Salt City Walk! 

    This family-friendly event which supports epilepsy services in Central NY will be on

    July 8th 2017
    at Long Branch Park, Syracuse NY.

    Register Here

  • We have job openings! Are you dedicated, creative, and reliable? Do you have a positive attitude and a willingness to help others?  Join our team!

    Join Our Team

  • #AimForZero: Striving Toward a Future Free from Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy

    In response to the urgent need to raise awareness of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) among people with epilepsy and their caregivers, the Epilepsy Foundation's SUDEP Institute issued a special report and campaign. Click below to learn more!


  • Helping individuals with development or acquired brain conditions

    At EPI, we help individuals with developmental or acquired brain conditions receive the support they need to live the life of their choosing.

    Intake Information

  • Autism Awareness Month

    Join us in celebration for 2017 National Autism Awareness Month!

    National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year.

    Autism Society