The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
In this blog Peter Palmer's family discuss how they decided to remember his life and help fund our epilepsy research at the same time.
Pippa Harris, manager at Epilepsy Society's coffee shop, explains how she first got involved with the charity.
Our marketing assistant, Helen Skipworth, discuses how a little awareness among colleagues can go a long way.
Hugh, aged 65, has lived with epilepsy all his life following complications from meningitis when he was a baby. He now lives in Milton House, one of our six residential homes at the Chalfont Centre in Buckinghamshire.
Our marketing assistant, Helen Skipworth, discusses how simply saying 'I have epilepsy' is only half the battle when it comes to explaining the condition and how it actually feels to have a seizure.
Epilepsy Society content manager Nicola Swanborough reviews Colin Grant's new book and discusses why the book's most important message could be 'we need to talk.'
Last week, the Neurological Alliance published a report showing that a majority of general practitioners across the UK feel that the health service is not up to scratch for people with neurological conditions, and that doctors in primary care would benefit from further training.
Our channel marketing manager, Carl Charlesworth, discusses how one post on Epilepsy Society's Facebook page highlighted how hard it really is to live with epilepsy.
Anthony Linklater, charge nurse at the Sir William Gowers Centre, our UCLH managed epilepsy specialist assessment unit, welcomes new guidance for community nurses who support homeless people with epilepsy.
The Olympic Games are under way in Rio. Last week, Epilepsy Society hosted 84 competitors at our very own Phoenix Games. England is winning cricket and the English football season has kicked off. Sport is truly in the air.