Sky One’s What’s Up TV has spent their latest series exploring Sudden Unexplained Death by Epilepsy (SUDEP) and Young Epilepsy was proud to get involved.
New research published shows extent of stress, anxiety and depression amongst parents – particularly mothers - of children with epilepsy.
The award winning ITV soap opera gave Young Epilepsy a call about their latest ambitious epilepsy-related storyline and the charity was more than happy to help.
Between Thursday 11 and Friday 12 January 2018 saw Young Epilepsy hosting their eight annual Research Retreat.
On Thursday 13 December 2017, Baroness Brinton spoke in the House of Lords about support for children with epilepsy at school, calling on the Government to take action.
Rebecca and Matthew explain how raising funds to Young Epilepsy can help young people spend Christmas Day at home, not in hospital.
Thanks to donations made to BBC Children in Need, Young Epilepsy is the recipient of crucial funds for a very important project.
When Young Epilepsy hears the word ‘perseverance’ it thinks of wonderful people like Jessica.
On Monday 23 October 2017, supporters of Young Epilepsy and families affect by the condition joined with a number of other charities campaigning for #SafeInSchool.
When someone wants to fundraise for a cause, it is often difficult to find the ‘right’ occasion and type of event. For Sarah Rickett from Derbyshire, this was no problem.