The epilepsy center members of the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) are self-designated epilepsy centers expressing their support of the Association’s mission through their membership. NAEC is not an accrediting association and does not in any way attempt to rate or accredit its members. In fact, there is no accrediting or regulating entity in the United States in the area of epilepsy healthcare. NAEC puts forth a document of recommended guidelines for epilepsy centers and personnel that members may choose to subscribe to.

The links provided on NAEC web pages are intended as a convenience to our users and do not imply endorsement by NAEC. NAEC is not responsible for the availability or content of these links, nor does NAEC endorse, warrant or guarantee the products, services or information offered at other individual’s or organization’s web pages.

It is the ultimate responsibility of people with epilepsy, families and caregivers, as consumers of healthcare to consult with qualified physicians and organizations for answers to their personal healthcare questions. It is the mission of NAEC to provide users with information to better aid in that process.

The information provided on the web pages of NAEC is intended as a convenience for users. Documents available from this server may be protected under the U.S. and foreign copyright laws. Permission to reproduce them may be required.