Technology has allowed us to work more efficiently and cost effectively: our website too has evolved into a comprehensive hub of information for people seeking to know more about epilepsy and how to access support. Our social media pages have become a way for Tasmanians to connect with each other and discuss anything and everything related to epilepsy. And now our new fundraising platform is allowing people to manage their own awareness and fundraising events with easy ability to share and promote them digitally.
With all this advancing technology we can’t help but be optimist that one day science will find a cure for epilepsy. In the meantime, we continue our daily focus of providing support that will improve the lives of Tasmanians who live with epilepsy, letting more people know about this condition and raising money for medical research and our own continuing existence.
In this edition we have some photos to look back on March – an annual time where epilepsy charities around Australia come together for Epilepsy Awareness Month.
As always, be in touch if you have any thoughts or need additional information.
We are still on the lookout for around 150m2 of new office space in the Launceston CBD. If you know of somewhere, please tell us.
Wendy Groot, CEO Epilepsy Tasmania.
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