Young Epilepsy has seen an influx of businesses wanting to take advantage of their internal staff engagement by volunteering for charities.
The gorgeous Chiddingstone Castle in Kent set the scene for a magical, warm day - perfect for a walk fundraiser to create greater epilepsy awareness.
Amy Muggeridge, Research Manager at Young Epilepsy, provides an update on the SEEN (Sussex Early Epilepsy and Neurobiology) study, which was officially published back in March 2018.
The Silver-Gilt winning 'Embroidered Minds Epilepsy Garden' grabbed the attention of many, and gained plaudits from judges and gardening experts alike, during this year's Chelsea Flower Show (21-26 May 2018).
To celebrate National Epilepsy Week this year (14-20 May), Young Epilepsy was excited to share a brand new film to officially launch their three-year national campaign, #InTheMoment.
Inspiring teenager releases accounts of the past year where his viral video touched the hearts of millions.
Motivating yourself to doing a mile run for charity is a bigger challenge than some may realise. But, how about running for 50 miles? That’s what one dedicated father has done for Young Epilepsy.
Well, wasn’t that a productive Purple Day? Here are just some of the highlights to which Young Epilepsy got involved with.
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.