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Rebecca's message to care staff - 02/07/2020

 

Jonny's message to care staff - 11/06/2020

 

We need you to help look after our vulnerable residents

Support worker at the epilepsy society crouching beside resident who is a wheelchair user. Both are smiling
Urgent call for help

With many staff having to self isolate, the Epilepsy Society is looking to recruit temporary and permanent support workers, retired nurses and volunteers. 

Opportunities to work or volunteer at the Epilepsy Society

Support worker at the epilepsy society crouching beside resident who is a wheelchair user. Both are smiling

With many staff having to self isolate, the Epilepsy Society is looking to recruit temporary and permanent support workers, retired nurses and volunteers. 

Are you looking for work? We have jobs at the Epilepsy Society

Support worker at the epilepsy society crouching beside resident who is a wheelchair user. Both are smiling

Are you looking for work? At the Epilepsy Society we have many job opportunities, both temporary and permanent. 

Annual conference 2019

This year's conference was held on Saturday 14th September 2019 at the Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury, London. The theme for this year's conference was "Epilepsy: Empowering You" and included talks about breakthroughs in research, managing medication shortages and coping with anxiety and depression. You can watch the talks from the conference below.

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Want to know more about our Care Homes? How you can become a support worker and what this entails? The answer to these and more can be found on this page.

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