A wise person once said, "travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer" and with countries now opening their borders for travel and the government considering travel for the fully vaccinated here's our top tips for flying with epilepsy.
Sharon Ross has set up her own business ghostwriting autobiographies to enable people to capture and tell their own stories. Here she explains how the government's Access to Work scheme has helped her overcome some of the challenges presented by her epilepsy.
Alex, AKA The Fifa Analyst, talks about why in May 2022, he is taking on a 50 mile race to raise funds to support the Epilepsy Society's work.
Jonny Anders-Cannon is Director of Care Services at Epilepsy Society. Here he talks about how he started out as a support worker.
Paige Dawkins, Social Media Officer at the Epilepsy Society, explains why she has started an internal initiative, 'EarthChat', to work with colleagues to raise awareness of the climate crisis and take steps to reduce the charity's impact.
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.