Did you know that seeing your doctor via a virtual clinic, rather than face-to-face, may be better for your health than you might have imagined? And, certainly better for the health of the planet.
The Covid-19 booster vaccine is now available on the NHS for those who are most at risk from the virus and have had two doses of the vaccination at least six months ago. This includes people with epilepsy.
Following the tragic death of Sir David Amess MP, our Chief Executive, Clare Pelham, issued the following statement.
On 25 November 2021, EpiCC – Epilepsy Climate Change – held its first ever virtual conference ‘Epilepsy in change’ to address the links between climate change and epilepsy and how we might all take action.
One of the Epilepsy Society's three core pillars, alongside research and care, is advocacy – campaigning in support of the issues that matter most to people with epilepsy. This summer and early autumn, we have continued to campaign on a number of key issues.
We have had a lot of calls to our helpline from people with epilepsy who meet the DVLA standards and may be able to drive, but are waiting for their application to the DVLA to be processed.