helpline 01494 601 400

blog

The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.

 Image shows home dining room table and chair being used as desk space with lap top, tablet, notebooks and a cup of tea in a brightly coloured mug
2 April 2020

Find out how you can share your story and experiences of coping with the covid-19 crisis in our new series, Lockdown: Inside story.

 Image shows home dining room table and chair being used as desk space with lap top, tablet, notebooks and a cup of tea in a brightly coloured mug
1 April 2020

In the first of a new series, Lockdown: Inside story, Nicola Swanborough shares the joys and frustrations of working from home during the Covid-19 crisis.

Rachel Perowne has long blonde hair and is wearing a pink jacket. She is smiling at the camera
26 March 2020

Purple day feels very different this year but that is why it is all the more important to keep talking, says Rachel Perowne, our Director of Medical and People Services Development.

Clare Pelham has a short, brown bob and is wearing a bright red/pink dress. she is smiling at the camera
2 January 2020

Our Chief Executive Clare Pelham makes it her New Year's resolution to get the medicines supply chain sorted.

Brown haired helpline worker
12 December 2019

Our Education, Information and Support Services Manager, Andrée Mayne, gives some helpful tips on coping over Christmas if you have epilepsy.

Louise is in a field of pink and purple delphiniums, with her daughter Millie. Louise is wearing a bright green t-shirt. She has a blonde bob and is smiling. Millie has long, blonde hair and is waering a black t-shirt. They are leaning into each other.
13 November 2019

Louise, 41, explains why Epilepsy Society's Helpline is such a lifeline when she needs to talk about the impact of her epilepsy.

Blogger Zoe Gude is smiling at the camera. She has long, dark hair, parted on one side.
6 November 2019

Zoe Gude explains why she would like students to be taught about epilepsy in secondary school, so they understand what it is like to live with seizures. 

Anti-epileptic medication
17 September 2019

The Department of Health and Social Care has reassured those living with epilepsy that they are doing "everything they can" to ensure the continuation of medicines supply after the UK leaves the EU. Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, writes for the Epilepsy Society blog.

Our medical director Professor Ley Sander in a dark jacket and open necked, light coloured shirt. He has short, greying hair and is looking pensivee
3 September 2019

Why NICE is right to be cautious about recommending medicinal cannabis for two childhood epilepsy syndromes. Our medical director, Professor Ley Sander writes.

Our medical director Professor Ley Sander in a dark jacket and open necked, light coloured shirt. He has short, greying hair and is looking pensivee
11 July 2019

Professor Ley Sander talks about the risks of seizures following the death of Disney star Cameron Boyce.

Pages

Subscribe to Blog Feed