Thanks to donations made to BBC Children in Need, Young Epilepsy is the recipient of crucial funds for a very important project.
When Young Epilepsy hears the word ‘perseverance’ it thinks of wonderful people like Jessica.
On Monday 23 October 2017, supporters of Young Epilepsy and families affect by the condition joined with a number of other charities campaigning for #SafeInSchool.
When someone wants to fundraise for a cause, it is often difficult to find the ‘right’ occasion and type of event. For Sarah Rickett from Derbyshire, this was no problem.
The annual Royal Parks Half Marathon took place on Sunday 8 October and it proved to be a great success for Young Epilepsy.
Wednesday 27 September 2017: There has been a lot of coverage and talk about the anti-epilepsy drug sodium valproate in recent days. Here, we provide a summary.
Thursday 21 September 2017: The Department for Education has announced that it will review guidance to local authorities on home-to-school transport for children with disabilities.
As of Monday 18 September 2017, for the next five months Young Epilepsy will be the charity partner for roadside retailer, Rontec.
Three National Citizen Service (NCS) groups have collectively donated more than £4,000 to Young Epilepsy, through their young people’s charity scheme.
Three of Young Epilepsy’s directors raised the charity’s flag on Sunday, 10 September by taking part in the Woburn Abbey Triathlon event in Bedfordshire.