Epilepsy Society is launching a new campaign - ‘Safe Mum, Safe Baby’ - calling for safer epilepsy medications in pregnancy.
Our Medical Director, Professor Ley Sander and our Social Media Officer, Paige Dawkins, went live on Facebook with a Q&A about the Covid-19 vaccine and epilepsy, answering some FAQs and live questions from the Facebook stream on the day.
Thirty-one-year-old Bradford man, Elliott Horan is planning to cycle 100 miles in four days to raise funds for the Epilepsy Society and to show how keeping fit can help with the depression and anxiety that often accompany his epilepsy.
Epilepsy Society is pleased to be partnering with Hidden Disabilities Sunflower, the organisation behind the sunflower lanyard, to mark International Epilepsy Day on 8 February 2021.
The Epilepsy Society has expressed alarm about the doubling of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) in pregnant and postnatal women.
This is our amazing research team who put their day jobs on hold to help deliver the Covid-19 vaccine to almost all of the residents living at the Epilepsy Society.