The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Four years on from the 2012 London Olympics which 'inspired a generation' to take on new challenges and get involved in sporting events, 2016 looks set to provide another memorable summer of sport.
Today is the centenary of the start of the battle of the Somme, which ran from 1 July 1916 to 18 November 1918. We look back at how the First World War changed life at Epilepsy Society - then known as 'the colony' - and at the tough life ex sevicemen often endured when they were sent to live here.
Rob Wilks shares his memories and photos of trekking along the Thames last year, to raise money for Epilepsy Society.
We followed around one of our helpline operators for a day to find out the challenges and rewards of working on our helpline.
Postgraduate research student Katrin Augustin talks about studying for a PhD while bringing up two young children.
Epilepsy Society's policy advisor Finn O’Dwyer-Cunliffe says that epilepsy services are suffering from a lack of ambition from the department of health and that this must change if outcomes are to improve.
Epilepsy Society Helpline manager explains how it can help to talk about epilepsy and really be listened to.
Clinical nurse manager, Santha Carthiyaniamma, explains why she loves working at Epilepsy Society.
Liz Kemsley and her 81-year-old mother ran the marathon for Epilepsy Society in 2016. Liz discusses why she decided to run the marathon for her son Luke, her struggles with training and her amazing fundraising efforts.
Last Month, Epilepsy Society launched a political campaign to end avoidable premature deaths in epilepsy. Our policy advisor Finn O'Dwyer explains why he feels encouraged by the response but still thinks more should be done by our Government.