The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Our trustee, Andrew George, explains why he is putting on his walking boots to raise money that will help us to analyse genetic data and increase our understanding of epilepsy.
Epilepsy Society was founded in 1892 and is one of the oldest charities working in the UK. Nicola Swanborough writes about its fascinating history.
Nicola Swanborough writes about how the DNA of the village of Chalfont St Peter and Epilepsy Society have become entwined for over a century.
Our Donor Care and Direct Marketing Manager Laura Larrett, lives locally and has worked here for almost 20 years. She talks about the perks of working at Epilepsy Society.
In her New Year blog, our chief executive, Clare Pelham, shares her excitement at learning of the latest scientific discoveries in the field of epilepsy from researchers at Epilepsy Society.
Hayley Jacobs, 36, and was diagnosed with Juvenile Myclonic Epilepsy 20 years ago. She has started writing a blog about her epilepsy as a way to share with people what is going on in her life.
Amy Frost, 25, has generalised epilepsy. She has been having seizures since she was 11 years old, but was diagnosed at 18. Here she explains how she started using art as a way to cope with her emotions associated with her epilepsy.
In September 2018, we asked our Facebook community what was the one piece of advice they would want to give to someone who had just been diagnosed with epilepsy.
Emma Bowey, a freelance designer, believes it's time we started talking about epilepsy more to increase awareness of the condition.
Debbie Jackson, a PA at a media company in Canary Wharf, would like to change the stigma around epilepsy in the workplace.