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Epilepsy Support Group at Neurology Associates of Stony Brook

at Neurology Associares of Stony Brook | Thu Feb 01 - Thu Aug 02

Location

Neurology Associares of Stony Brook

179 Belle Mead Road
Suite 3
East Setauket, NY 11733
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Date & Time

06:15 PM
Cost: Free Event
Description

"Come share your experiences, concerns and join in discussions about epilepsy. Co-led by a social worker from the Epilepsy Foundation, and Dr. Bhumika Balgobin, a neurology resident at Stony Brook Medicine, each session is largely participant directed. Light refreshments are served. Free. Open to all patients, family members and caregivers."