Lundbeck partners with the nation’s leading advocacy organizations to offer unique programs, increase education and generate awareness around severe seizure disorders.
Studio E: The Epilepsy Art Therapy Program
A nationwide art therapy program made possible through a partnership between Lundbeck and the Epilepsy Foundation. People living with epilepsy participate in multiple art therapy sessions with a professional art therapist, where they express what they’re feeling and connect with one another.
Check out this infographic and video on the power of Studio E, and visit the Epilepsy Foundation’s website for a list of cities where Studio E is available.
Connects those affected by a rare and severe seizure disorder called Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS). LGS Together was created in partnership with caregivers of people living with LGS, as well as the LGS Foundation. Videos, infographics and other resources are available at LGS.Together.com, and our Facebook community fosters ongoing education and connection.
As part of our efforts to connect the LGS community, we fund scholarships to help 30-50 families attend each Family and Professional Conference held by the LGS Foundation. Visit the LGS Foundation’s website for more information.
Infantile Spasms Awareness Week
Held annually Dec. 1 – 7, Infantile Spasms Awareness Weekaims to increase understanding of infantile spasms, a devastating epilepsy syndrome that usually strikes infants between three to six months old. Lundbeck proudly supports this initiative, which is led by the Child Neurology Foundation and the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance. Learn more here.
Proud Part of the Community
If you are at an epilepsy-related event, chances are you’ll see somebody from Lundbeck. Our employees actively engage in hundreds of events each year, including walks, education days and programs like Studio E. Working alongside this community fuels our passion to make a difference.