A report from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) has shown that children with epilepsy living in less wealthy areas are more likely to be admitted to hospital for emergency treatment.
29-year old Hazel McCoubrey, from London, shares why she is taking part in the Purple Day Skydive.
BBC One’s Casualty’s Dr Connie Beauchamp’s daughter, Grace, had a seizure in a recent episode.
16-year-old Ashleigh Simpson speaks with Young Epilepsy, a charity close to her heart, about why she is taking part in the Purple Day Skydive.
Today is Inspire Your Heart with Art Day and it is a day to recognise the impact of art in our lives. The broad spectrum of art can make us cry, laugh and represent an important time in our lives.
This Purple Day, 40 dedicated supporters will be turning the sky purple in aid of Young Epilepsy, including the incredible Occupational Therapist team at St Piers.
A young carer, by the name of Zoe Elliot, whose lived with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy since she was 15 years old wants to publicly thank the good samaritan who helped her during a seizure on New Year’s Day.
Cambridge United football captain and Young Epilepsy ambassador, Leon Legge, recalls the moment with the Daily Mail when he collapsed whilst football training, later being diagnosed with epilepsy.
World renowned paediatric neurologist and senior research fellow, Professor Ingrid Scheffer AO led Young Epilepsy’s Paediatric Epilepsy Research Retreat 2017 which was hosted by Professor Helen Cross OBE, The Prince of Wales's Chair of Childhood Epilepsy.