Submitted by carl-charlesworth on Tue, 04/07/2017 - 09:06
Our channel marketing manager, Carl Charlesworth, gives some helpful tips for people with epilepsy who are already working or are starting work.
Submitted by carl-charlesworth on Tue, 04/07/2017 - 08:51
Our information officer, Andrée Mayne, gives some helpful tips on travelling with epilepsy if you're going on holiday abroad this summer.
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.
Whether someone’s epilepsy affects their work depends on whether they have seizures, what their seizures are like and how often these happen. It also depends on the type of work they do, and any risks that having seizures at work might bring.
Submitted by helen-skipworth on Fri, 20/01/2017 - 16:09
Vauxhall's OnStar service came to the rescue in an emergency situation when John Cook found himself in a desperate situation due to his epilepsy.
Submitted by helen-skipworth on Fri, 20/01/2017 - 13:38
Professor Martin Elliott, Professor of Paediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery at UCL & Medical Director at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children stressed the importance of further research into Sudden Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) during his lecture, 'Sudden death in the young: A terrible waste' at the Museum of London on 18th January 2017.
Submitted by carl-charlesworth on Wed, 04/01/2017 - 09:51
Dr Eleanor Tillett, an honorary consultant in sports and exercise medicine at The Institute for Sport, Exercise and Health, University College Hospital, London, gives some tips and advice on sports, exercise and being physically active.
Submitted by carl-charlesworth on Wed, 04/01/2017 - 08:51
In this blog Trudy tells us why she started running and discusses the positive effects of exercise for both increased seizure control and quality of life.
Submitted by carl-charlesworth on Tue, 15/11/2016 - 12:57
In this blog Peter Palmer's family discuss how they decided to remember his life and help fund our epilepsy research at the same time.