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Guest bloggers

We feature guest bloggers who share their insight on living with epilepsy.


Watch Olivia’s first video blog where she shares her experiences of starting university.

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You can read Nikki's blog Slugs and Snails Tales where she shares her experiences on living with a child who has epilepsy.

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Louise shares her tips on how to plan for concerts and nights out

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Guest blogger Emily speaks about how to keep safe in the summer holidays.

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Katie shares her inspirational cycling journey and her tips on staying safe whilst riding.

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Yasmin talks about how she is finding transitioning from university into the world of work

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International Day of People with Disability Today, Saturday 3 December, marks International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD), which aims to increase awareness, understanding, acceptance and celebrate the achievements of people living with a disability.

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James Gaydon is the Challenge and Sports Events Fundraiser at Young Epilepsy, here he shares a blog he wrote six years ago about his experience of being diagnosed with epilepsy, his feelings at that time and how he has triumphed over his condition. Getting my head around it

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Epilepsy impacts on every part of your life, I think potentially that’s one of the hardest things to accept when you are diagnosed - it affects everything. It affects your ability to drive, the jobs you can do, how you learn at school/university, your social life and the most private aspect of your life…relationships.

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As part of World Art Day Young Epilepsy supporter and blogger, Rob Richardson, explains how engaging in art therapy has helped him overcome depression and anxiety since his diagnosis.

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