epilepsy and neurological organisations
UK epilepsy and neurological organisations
Funds independent research into the causes, treatment, prevention and impact of epilepsy throughout the UK.
UK charity supporting people with epilepsy.
Charity helping people affected by epilepsy living in Wales.
Charity providing information about SUDEP and offering support to those affected by SUDEP.
Supporting individuals and their families affected by neurological conditions.
Research, education and information aimed to help those affected by disorders of the brain and spine
The umbrella body for national voluntary organisations in the UK working to meet the needs of people with long-term health conditions
Enables charities to work together to improve the quality of life of all those in the UK living with a neurological condition.
Supports families and children that have been affected by Epilepsy, providing a safe space for families to socialise, reduce isolation and build relationships.
International epilepsy organisations
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A worldwide association of physicians and healthcare professionals working towards goal of where no life is limited by epilepsy.
The professional organisation representing all those interested in the field of epilepsy
An international organisation that aims to develop, support and link national epilepsy organisations from around the world. The IBE has an extensive list of epilepsy associations from around the world, including addresses, email and telephone contacts.
Country by country
For countries not listed, go to IBE.
Australia: Epilepsy Australia
Austria: Epilepsie Dachverband Osterreich
Canada: Epilepsy Canada
China: China Association Against Epilepsy (CAAE)
Denmark: Dansk Epilepsiforening
France: Epilepsie France
Germany: Deutsche Epilepsievereinigung
Hong Kong: Hong Kong Epilepsy Info-Net
India: Epilepsy India
New Zealand: Epilepsy New Zealand
Slovenia: Slovenian League Against Epilepsy
South Africa: Epilepsy South Africa
Switzerland: Swiss Epilepsy Association
USA: Epilepsy Foundation