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Please note that neither Boston Children’s Hospital nor the Epilepsy Program at Boston Children’s unreservedly endorses all of the information found at the sites listed below.
The Epilepsy Foundation offers information and support to families; it also funds research.
The Epilepsy Therapy Project (epilepsy.com) offers information and support to the community of families living with epilepsy.
The American Epilepsy Society promotes research and education for health professionals.
The National Association of Epilepsy Centers promotes care for epilepsy. Its members are specialized epilepsy centers around the United States.
A number of resources offer information on the ketogenic diet:
The Charlie Foundation is a group dedicated to providing information and support on the ketogenic diet.
Matthew’s Friends is a website written by parents.
The Epilepsy Therapy Project (epilepsy.com) includes information on the ketogenic diet.
The book The Ketogenic Diet: A Treatment for Epilepsy by John Freeman, M.D., Millicent Kelly, R.D. and Jennifer Freeman gives a comprehensive description.
Keto Kid by Deborah Snyder is a book written from a parent’s perspective.
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