We believe every moment counts and, through providing support, education, and resources to Delawareans living with epilepsy and their families, we strive to  End Epilepsy.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware (EFDE) is a private, non-profit service organization providing public education and supportive services to individuals and families affected by epilepsy/seizure disorders.

Located in Newark, Delaware (New Castle County), we offer nationally recognized programs and services to residents in all 3 counties throughout the state.

Delawareans living with epilepsy
Active community educators
Total Donations (2018)

We Value Your Opinion!

Take our 2020 Stakeholder Survey

The Staff and Board of The Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware are planning for the next few years of the foundation and we want to know which services and programs you find useful! Please fill out this 6 minute survey, and let us know what you want for the future of The Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware.
Thank you in advance for taking the survey!

Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Here at EFDE we are taking precautions to protect the community from COVID-19 as best as we can. We are working remotely and cancelling all non-essential trainings and meetings. As always, we are still available to help.  We can be reached via email efd@efde.org or phone at 302-999-9313.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out! Your messages will be returned as soon as possible.

You may also find this article on epilepsy and COVID-19 helpful.

From Route 4 turn onto Ogeltown-Stanton Rd., then onto Twin C Lane, which will take you to office buildings. We are in the 2nd building on the left.

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We are active in the community and we’d love to meet you!

Virtual Meet & Greet with Novela Neurotech

August 5 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Virtual Meet & Greet

August 19 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Sussex 5K

September 19


Let’s use our brains to End Epilepsy.

Epilepsy can affect anyone with a brain. And anyone with a brain can affect epilepsy.