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Purple Day 2024

Join the movement, raise awareness, and make a difference this Purple Day! Help support young people living with epilepsy by getting involved and raising money.

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I have epilepsy

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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I am a parent

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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I am a supporter

Every single donation - no matter how big or small - helps us to support more children and young people with epilepsy.­­­­­­­

Bea
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I am Bea

At school, it is quite nerve wracking and worrying because not many teachers or students really understand epilepsy. Many people think it's just dropping to the floor and shaking, but really there are so many different kinds.

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Peerage for Jane Ramsey

The Prime Minister's Office has recently announced that Jane Ramsey is to have a peerage conferred by His Majesty The King.


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Difficulty getting your meds?

The UK is experiencing shortages in certain medications, many of which are prescribed for epilepsy. If you are worried about your supply of anti-seizure medications or are having difficulty getting hold of certain prescribed medications speak to your epilepsy team for more advice. Do not stop taking your medication or reduce dosage. Always speak to your doctor before making any changes to your meds.

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