The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Epilepsy Society's Christine Brock and Sarah Vibert explain why people with epilepsy need fairer work capability assessments.
Fiona MacColl celebrates her son Connal's achievement of going off to college and leading an independent student life.
Katy Norris from Epilepsy Society's Chalfont Centre celebrates Learning Disability Week with a blog about her superhero mum, Joan.
Bridget Gardiner, director of fundraising and marketing at Epilepsy Society, celebrates the 66 cyclists who took part in RideLondon100 to support people with epilepsy.
Jasmine Smith, 22, explains why she will never let epilepsy stop her from following her dreams, including travelling alone and cliff jumping.
Mike Reed of Care Quality Commission looks at what standards you can expect across all NHS and private health services.
Sarah Vibert at Epilepsy Society explains why charities want the Department of Health to change ordinary residence rules.
Susan Aldworth’s exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery, explores the impact of epilepsy.
Ten million people in Africa are affected by epilepsy. Professor Ley Sander, Epilepsy Society’s medical director, describes the challenges of looking after patients there.
When Paul Mitchell’s seizures forced him to give up his job as a civil servant, he reinvented himself as a comedy writer with a little help from Access to Work.