Young Epilepsy would like to thank the super seven for completing the Prudential Ride London-Surrey on Sunday.
This weekend (29-31 July) the Young Epilepsy team will be taking part in the world-class 100-mile cycling route through the heart of Surrey.
As it is World Brain Day, Young Epilepsy couldn’t let the opportunity pass without reminding everyone the impact epilepsy can have on a child or young person’s education. Our Chess Study report found that:
Assistant House Manager, George, works within a team on a residential house at Young Epilepsy supporting young adults aged 19 to 23 living with complex epilepsy and other associated conditions.
Just days before our fabulous five were set to take to skies, they became a super six, as Sarah Nicholls from Meridian FM radio joined the team.
Young Epilepsy welcomed the South East Thames Paediatric Epilepsy Group to The Neville Childhood Epilepsy Centre for their Summer Educational meeting, which this year discussed genetic testing in childhood epilepsy alongside a formal launch of the Kings Health Partners (KHP) epilepsy genetics clinic.
The #ComeFlyWithYE team, Vicki, Emily, Jane, Monika and Rebecca will be taking on a WingWalk this Sunday to raise funds for Young Epilepsy.
The Government has announced that all newly qualified staff working in nurseries and other early years settings will be required to be trained in seizure first aid from September 2016.