The Epilepsy Society has welcomed the publication of a new Bill which aims to promote online safety, but we believe more needs to be done to protect people with epilepsy from internet trolling.
We know from calls to our Helpline, and through conversation on our social media platforms, that some people are sharing concerns about having their second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Footballers are putting up a united front alongside people with epilepsy as they ask Prince William, president of the Football Association, for his support in tackling internet trolls.
The Epilepsy Society has welcomed the Health Secretary's promise to invest in cutting-edge research which could lead to safer medicines and better treatments for a variety of conditions, including epilepsy.
As the nation prepares to say farewell to His Royal Highness Prince Philip, our Chief Executive, Clare Pelham, reflects on how love, death and even epilepsy have no respect for castles and palaces. Clare will be talking on BBC Radio 5 Live on Saturday morning from 6.30am.
Thank you to everyone who took part in our survey – ‘It’s all about you’. Over 1,000 people completed the survey, including those with epilepsy and those affected by the condition.