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Juliet Ashton

Campaigners set to turn the world Purple

Seen as the international day for epilepsy, Purple Day, is celebrated on 26 March each year. This year epilepsy supporters will be marking the event on the Easter weekend. By turning the world purple for just one day critical funds will be raised and awareness generated for epilepsy.

Sapphire nurse urges public to use epilepsy toolkit

Juliet Ashton, Sapphire Nurse Consultant for epilepsy, commissioning and education at Epilepsy Society, has urged people with epilepsy to register with the epilepsy commissioning toolkit to streamline and improve services for the condition in the NHS. 

Canadian woman with epilepsy calls for better disability signage on public transport

A young woman who has seizures is asking the public transport system in British Columbia, TransLink, to update its priority seating signage to reflect the needs of people with invisible disabilities.

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