People living with epilepsy
Gina believes that her epilepsy helped her to embrace new career opportunities
Gina Strudwick, a hair stylist, artist and author from Plymouth, believes she never would have got back into enjoying art or writing if it wasn't for her epilepsy.
Award-winning comedian with epilepsy has debut show launched on television
Maisie Adam, an award-winning comedian with epilepsy, has recently had her debut show 'Vague' launched on television.
Gareth rediscovered his passion for music because of his epilepsy
Gareth de la Torre, a rock musician, believes it is largely due to a diagnosis of epilepsy last year, that he rediscovered a passion for music and is where he is today.
Edinburgh-Based Artist Has Produced A Series Of Pictures Which Explores Living With Epilepsy
Anneleen Lindsay, a professional photographer, has produced a series of artwork called 'Electric Visions' which explores her experience of living with epilepsy.
Internationally Renowned Writer Peter Talks About His Early Life As A Gravedigger With Epilepsy
Peter Street has recently published his memoirs, 'Hidden Depths - The life and loves of a young gravedigger'.
Why Debbie would like to change stigma around epilepsy in the workplace
Debbie Jackson, a PA at a media company in Canary Wharf, would like to change the stigma around epilepsy in the workplace.
Stuart raised over £2,500 for us by trekking the Scottish Highlands
Stuart Watson was so inspired by the support he recieved from our helpline, he decided to trek the Great Glen Way in the Scottish Highlands and raise an amazing £2,500 for us.
Why Esther Sings For 10 Minutes At A Time
Esther Bailey has been determined to pursue a career in music, even though her VNS (vagal nerve stimulation) affects her voice and means that she can only sing for 10 minutes at a time.
Me And My Epilepsy
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.
Michelle Hackett was 16 years old when she had her first baby, a little girl called Courtney. But within 24 hours, Michelle had started to have seizures and was diagnosed with epilepsy.
The Howard's story
When one child in a family has epilepsy it can have an impact on siblings too. Comedy king Russell Howard tells Nicola Swanborough how his brother’s seizures have helped shape his wicked sense of humour.