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Magnolia Paws for Compassion aims to raise awareness of the many benefits that interaction with animals can provide to those coping with illness and ensure as many people as possible can benefit from animal assistance. To learn more, download our brochure.

Find out About Obtaining a Service Dog...

To find out more about obtaining a service dog for your child or supporting a family working to obtain one, contact 4 Paws for Ability.

Contact the Epilepsy Foundation for other epilepsy related service needs by visiting their website or calling toll free (1-800-332-1000).

4 Paws for Ability is committed to placing seizure assistance dogs with young children who have any form of epilepsy or other condition causing seizures. While we will work with teens and adults who still live at home and who for all intents and purposes due to intellectual and cognitive delays will never function independently, we do not work with teens and adults who are able to function at typical age level and independently.

dog barkingTo find out how to have your pet certified as a therapy animal or to find volunteer opportunities, please visit www.petpartners.org.

To learn more about the rights of people with disabilities to be assisted by service animals, read the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Learn More About The Eisai Epilepsy Mission

As a company dedicated to advancing epilepsy care for patients and caregivers, Eisai is committed to helping provide educational and practical resources in an effort to help meet the needs of the epilepsy community. Learn more

Eisai is proudly supporting Medikidz® to bring information about epilepsy to patients and their families. Order copies of the Medikidz graphic novels that explain epilepsy and living with a seizure alert dog in a visually engaging and fun way.

Eisai also supports the Living with LGS program, which provides practical and educational information to help people better care for loved ones with Lennox Gastaut Syndrome.