Samantha Cameron hosted a reception at 10 Downing Street for the Young Epilepsy to help mark National Epilepsy Week (15-22 May).
Samantha Cameron with Young Epilepsy students Kaleigh and Charlotte
To start National Epilepsy Week there is a 16 page supplement about Epilepsy in today's Guardian newspaper.
Respected City professional Gerry Acher is to be appointed President of the leading children’s epilepsy charity, The Young Epilepsy (Young Epilepsy).
The Ashdown Park Hotel was filled with beautiful music on Saturday 5 March 2011 when it hosted Young Epilepsy’s annual
A Night at the Opera. We are delighted to announce that the event was a huge success, with over 80 guests in attendance who helped us to raise the fantastic sum of £8,500 for Young Epilepsy.
The Government’s Special Educational Needs plans have today been given a guarded welcome by the country’s leading children’s epilepsy charity – but concerns about funding for the right education and support for the 60,000 children with epilepsy, especially those with complex needs, remain.
On Friday 4 March the Second Reading of Valerie Vaz MP’s Epilepsy and Related Conditions (Education and Health Services) Bill is due to be heard in the House of Commons.
Everyone has seen an advert on a lamppost advertising a scrap car scam, but did you know that there is an ethical and environmental way to get rid of your unwanted car, whilst raising money for Young Epilepsy? Young Epilepsy has just partnered with Giveacar to launch an exciting new fundraising initiative that will pick up any vehicle, from anywhere in the UK for free – and we want you to be a part of it!
If you’re making a New Year’s Resolution this year, why not make a difference and help children with epilepsy while you’re doing it?