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Chick it out! Chicks arrive in Russell House

Chicks in their cage, huddling together to keep warm

Easter came early for residents at Epilepsy Society when seven multi-coloured fluffy chicks hatched out.

Andy describes what being a support worker at Epilepsy Society involves

Andy, a support worker at one of the residential care homes at Epilepsy Society, describes what being a support worker involves. Our Communications Officer, Rhia Arden, writes.

NCS Challenge volunteers dig in at Epilepsy Society

Group of teenage volunteers standing outside

Volunteers from the 'NCS Challenge' programme, a nationwide young person's volunteer initiative, rolled up their sleeves to help rejuvenate areas of Epilepsy Society's Chalfont Centre in Buckinghamshire.

Department of Health issues survey to understand the work of unpaid carers

caring hands

The Department of Health has begun a consultation into the work done by unpaid carers.

Why choose care with Epilepsy Society

We provide a service and environment that supports all those with epilepsy to live a better and more fulfilling life.

Care in your home

Our specialised domiciliary care service enables people with epilepsy, other associated or  additional complications, to maintain a positive lifestyle within their own home and community. We offer a service tailored towards meeting the person’s individual needs.  We respect each individual’s right to independence, privacy, dignity and empower them to be able to make informed choices about their lives. 

Staff member helping resident in the kitchen

Southend carers offered talking therapy to help cope

NHS offers therapy course to carers in Southend

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