In this section
- Legal matters
- Equality laws in the UK
- Epilepsy and discrimination
- Equality laws in the workplace
- Reasonable adjustments under the equality laws
- Unfair treatment in the workplace
- Disability Employment Advisers
- Special schemes to help you get a job
- Applying for jobs (England, Scotland and Wales)
- Job interviews
- Telling potential employers about your epilepsy
- Employer’s insurance
- Health and safety at work
- Risk assessments
- Care plans for seizures in the workplace
- Telling people you work with about your epilepsy
- Working with computers
- Professional driving
This information was written by Epilepsy Action’s advice and information team with guidance and input from people living with epilepsy and medical experts.
Epilepsy Action would like to thank Dr Ruth E Williams, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist, Evelina Childrens Hospital, London and Prof Sayeed Khan, specialist in occupational medicine, Chief Medical Adviser, EEF, for their contribution to this information.
This information has been produced under the terms of The Information Standard.
Updated April 2011To be reviewed April 2013