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Stop the exclusion of children with epilepsy

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If you have epilepsy or you've recently been diagnosed, you might be feeling upset, angry or depressed. We have lots of information to support you whilst you adjust.

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Whether you have a child who has been recently diagnosed or if you have a school-aged child with epilepsy, there are many challenges that parents and carers can face.

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More than 16,000 of you joined us to make a stand

The overwhelming response to our recent petition calling for governments to ensure every child with epilepsy has an Individual Healthcare Plan (IHP) in school has shown just how critical this issue is.

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Celebrating Pride Month

Our commitment to Inclusivity. As we celebrate Pride Month, we wanted to share the steps we have taken to make Young Epilepsy a more inclusive place.

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I am Cash

I am Cash. I'm 10 years old. My epilepsy means I have focal seizures. My legs go funny, and I also get this weird taste in my mouth. I usually get really hot and then sweat a lot.

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