Submitted by helen-skipworth on Fri, 30/06/2017 - 15:36
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.
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Submitted by carl-charlesworth on Sat, 17/06/2017 - 20:59
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.
Submitted by Nicola-Swanborough on Fri, 16/06/2017 - 12:22
When cellist Anna Frazer played her first concerto with a full orchestra at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford on Saturday, it was an emotional moment for both her and her family.
Submitted by helen-skipworth on Tue, 06/06/2017 - 15:24
This week Epilepsy Society is celebrating the team of 40 plus volunteers who regularly support and enrich the lives of the residents at our centre in Chalfont St Peter.
Submitted by Nicola-Swanborough on Fri, 26/05/2017 - 15:29
Tune into BBC Radio 4 on 1 June at 2.15pm for Louise Monaghan's new BBC drama Slipping through Time, about a young mum with epilepsy.
Submitted by Nicola-Swanborough on Fri, 26/05/2017 - 14:18
Game of Thrones star Ellie Kendrick will be back on our screens this summer as Meera Reed in the penultimate season of the hit tv series. But first she takes on a very different role as a young mum with epilepsy in a new BBC Radio 4 drama, Slipping through Time (1 June 2.15pm). Here Ellie explains how the two roles have more in common than might seem obvious.
Submitted by Nicola-Swanborough on Thu, 25/05/2017 - 15:19
Playwright Louise Monaghan talks about her new play, Slipping through Time, which follows the story of a young mum with epilepsy.
Submitted by Nicola-Swanborough on Tue, 16/05/2017 - 15:30
A new poll has revealed that there is a worrying lack of public confidence in knowing how to help someone who is having a seizure.