The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Deborah and her two daughters all live with disabilities and all care for each other. Here she describes how they push forward together, never allowing epilepsy to beat them.
Kat, who has borderline personality disorder, was prescribed sodium valproate as a mood stabiliser for two and a half years. She was informed of the risks associated with sodium valproate during pregnancy and shares her experience.
Young mum Gina explains how her epilepsy began shortly after having her baby son, Charlie.
Our channel marketing manager, Carl Charlesworth, gives some helpful tips for people with epilepsy who are already working or are starting work.
Our information officer, Andrée Mayne, gives some helpful tips on travelling with epilepsy if you're going on holiday abroad this summer.
Our marketing executive and former student, Helen Skipworth gives some useful tips for managing your epilepsy at university.
Epilepsy Society's content manager Nicola Swanborough explains how BBC Three's 'What not to say to someone with epilepsy' will do much to smash the stigma around the condition.
Our Vice President John Hirst discusses losing his son to SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) in 2002 and the effect it's had on his Father's Day.
Playwright Louise Monaghan talks about her new play, Slipping through Time, which follows the story of a young mum with epilepsy.
A year after being diagnosed with epilepsy, mum of two Katy Mann explains how her children have to push her round the house in an office chair.