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Patient Support Programs in the U.S.

As part of our commitment to patients and to further the understanding of severe diseases, UCB supports a number of programs for patients and their families. These varied programs include mentoring projects, sponsorship programs, informative Web sites and scholarships, all of which work toward improving the quality of life for those affected by severe diseases.

Canine Assistants

Seizure response dogs immediately change lives for their owners, but their extensive training can take up to 18 months.

That's why Canine Assistants work together with The Epilepsy CompanyTM, UCB, in the training of every dog. Their partnership ensures that each dog gets the extensive training that it needs, and that more needs of the epilepsy community are met.
Read more about the Canine Assistants program.

Crohn's and MeTM

Crohn's and Me is for people whose lives are affected by Crohn's disease - patients, friends and family. It has helpful educational info and tips for living with Crohn's disease like information about diet, traveling ideas, videos from doctors and patients, and other resources. Members of the Crohn's and Me community gain exclusive access to videos and a Crohn's disease tracker.
Web site Crohn's and Me

Epilepsy Advocate

Epilepsy Advocates are people living with epilepsy and caregivers who have refused to compromise and sought the best treatment for controlling their seizures with minimal side effects.

By sharing their personal success stories online and within local communities, Epilepsy Advocate strives to inspire people to interact with other people with epilepsy, learn from one another and make positive changes in each other's lives. It's their personal commitment to make a difference in their community and themselves.
Web site Epilepsy Advocate

H.O.P.E. Mentoring ProgramTM

The H.O.P.E. Mentoring Program (Helping Other People with Epilepsy) was created to allow people who live with epilepsy to educate others and share their experiences. This educational program trains people with epilepsy to be "patient educators" throughout the epilepsy and neurology communities.

UCB supports the H.O.P.E. Mentoring Program, which is available through the Epilepsy Foundation. For more information about the H.O.P.E. Program, please visit:
Web site Epilepsy Foundation

UCB Crohn's Scholarship Program®

UCB offers one-time scholarships of up to $10,000 to people diagnosed with Crohn's disease who are studying to receive a post-high school degree. Students of all ages are welcome to apply. The scholarship can be used for an associate's, undergraduate, or graduate degree, or trade school certificate.
Web site UCB Crohn's Scholarship

UCB Family Epilepsy Scholarship ProgramTM

UCB is committed to building the lives of US epilepsy patients and their family members/caregivers. This scholarship provides financial support for epilepsy patients or family members/caregivers who demonstrate academic and personal achievement. Since 2005, UCB has awarded more than $1.2 million in scholarships.
Web site UCB Epilepsy Scholarship

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Taylor and Chelsea, his canine assistant, living with epilepsy.