Recruit, Jani on hit Channel 4 show, SAS: Who Dares Wins reveals he is living with ‘mild epilepsy’.
Young Epilepsy blogger and vlogger, Louise Glover, shares her valuable tips and advice when travelling abroad.
Young Epilepsy blogger, Nikki Roberts’s blogs about her son Bam taking the brave decision to speak for the first time about his epilepsy to his friends.
In England, schools are required by law to have a policy in place for supporting pupils with medical conditions.
British Paralympian Megan Giglia has spoken to BBC Hereford and Worcester talking about her involvement in the Be Epic Ball and why she’s backing it all the way.
Epilepsy Action Cymru have found that there are just nine specialist epilepsy nurses looking after 26,000 adults with epilepsy in Wales reports the BBC
Young Epilepsy supporters, Natasha and Lindsay from Worcestershire are organising a ‘Be Epic Ball’ and are pleading with the public to help them get Gary Barlow to attend the ball.
New research from the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) which shows that a significant number of school nurses in England do not feel confident in supporting pupils with epilepsy.
Today we celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, which recognises the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Congratulations to all our runners who completed the Royal Park Half Marathon on Sunday 9 October.