Read the latest epilepsy news from Epilepsy Society.
Does living with epilepsy mean you face extra costs?
19 August 2014
Epilepsy Society is gathering information on the cost of living with epilepsy for a year-long independent inquiry to explore the extra costs faced by disabled people...
'Good luck' says Laura Trott
8 August 2014
Double Olympic champion, Laura Trott, who also won a cycling gold for England at this year's Commonwealth Games, visited Epilepsy Society's stand at RideLondon's...
Benefits - last chance to have your say
31 July 2014
Don't miss the chance to share your experience of claiming welfare and benefits in the UK, including employment support allowance and housing benefits? Fill in the...
Epilepsy drug Buccolam - update
31 July 2014
Viropharma has reassured people with epilepsy that they can continue to use their supplies of the emergency medication Buccolam and do not need to return them to the...
Top athletes beat epilepsy to reach Commonwealth Games 2014
25 July 2014
World champion hurdler Dai Greene and rhythmic gymnast Kelly MacDonald have refused to let their epilepsy hold them back as they prepare to go for gold at the...
Epilepsy Society welcomes neurological patient-experience survey
1 July 2014
Would you like to share your experiences of the care you receive for your epilepsy and help to shape the services of the future?
Epilepsy stigma can be worse than seizures says psychologist
26 June 2014
Epilepsy expert Dr Sallie Baxendale says more must be done to counteract the negative attitudes to epilepsy that feed stigma.
Have you been affected by the PIP 20 metre rule?
25 June 2014
The Disability Benefits Consortium would like to talk to anyone who has been affected by the new 20 metre qualifying distance for the enhanced rate mobility component...