Dan was 21 and serving as a medic in the Royal Navy when he was diagnosed with epilepsy. He was devastated to lose his dream job but is determined not to let epilepsy define him. He is now studying nursing at university and has applied to join the police. He hopes his story will help others, particularly those in the armed forces.
Our Channel Marketing Manager and former student, Carl Charlesworth, gives some useful tips for managing your epilepsy at university.
David, who has had epilepsy since he was four years old, tells his story about his experiences of living in different hospitals and homes throughout the course of his life.
In the current heatwave, it is important to make sure that you take sensible precautions to ensure that you stay cool, particularly if you know your epilepsy is sensitive to the heat. We share a few tips that may help.
A year after Baroness Cumberlege published her damning report into the health service, Nicola Swanborough, our Head of External Affairs, explains why history must not be allowed to repeat itself.
Our Support Services Manager, Andrée Mayne, gives some helpful tips for people with epilepsy who are already working or are starting work.