On 24 March 1823, in a quiet village in Cornwall, a baby boy was born who would go on to help revolutionise the way that people with epilepsy were treated.
The Government is to roll out a new emergency alerts message system for mobile phones. We have been assured there will be no flashing images included with these alerts.
Could you help us shape the future of the care we offer at the Epilepsy Society? We are looking for someone who could join us for a small, friendly online workshop, no more than once a fortnight on a Friday afternoon.
Thanks to the generous donations of our beneficiaries, we are pleased to announce that we will be extending our Helpline opening hours from 3 April 2023.
The UK epilepsy organisations listed below are joining together in an urgent call for a decision by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and Ministers to be paused immediately.
When Martin Evans sent a letter of condolence to King Charles III, following the death of the Queen, he did not expect to receive a signed letter in return.