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We provide personal and family consultations, workshops and information sessions, group support sessions, and specialized exercise classes.


Our professional staff offer a wide variety of services to clients at all stages of the lifecycle, from children to seniors, and their loved ones.


We welcome calls for information and assistance - connecting with schools, workplaces and the community.

Advisory Committees

HeadWay, Victoria Epilepsy & Parkinson's Centre would not be able to provide relevant and valuable services without the input of its clients; the people who are directly affected by epilepsy and Parkinson's.  

The Centre has 2 advisory committees; 1 for epilepsy and 1 for Parkinson's that assist the Board and staff to identify needs, develop programming and services, and provide information to our clients. 

The epilepsy advisory committee is currently looking for teen or young adult representatives.

If interested please call: 250-475-6677.

Parkinson’s Advisory Committee: 2019

Alf & Patty Todd, Ernest & Jan Molgat, George Beer, Larry Hanlon, Margaret Walker, Michelle Thompsett, Monica Shepherd, Mowry Baden, Robin Dunn, and Tia Robertson

Description: The committee is comprised of members representing the various demographics of the Parkinson's community.  That is, geographic location, age & gender, younger or senior and diagnosis types. The independent committee will advise the Executive and the Board of Directors on developments related to the Parkinson’s Community in the CRD.

Epilepsy Advisory Committee: 2019

Leslie Lahaye, Shane Baker, Fiona Yaki and Melissa Lyon

Description: The committee is comprised of members representing the various demographics of the epilepsy community.  That is, geographic location, age & gender, young or senior and diagnosis types.  

This is a volunteer role and meetings are quarterly. 

Clients that would like to join the advisory committee to address a need or service or program issue and encouraged to contact Deirdre Syms, Epilepsy Services Manager.