Products available to help people living with epilepsy
Your rights in the UK as a person with epilepsy.
Possible risks in and outside the home if you have epilepsy.
If you have epilepsy, or care for someone with epilepsy, you may be entitled to benefits.
Having the opportunity to take part in sport and leisure activities is important for everyone, including people with epilepsy.
For most people with epilepsy, alcohol in modest amounts does not make them more likely to have seizures. But larger amounts of alcohol can cause seizures in people with or without epilepsy.
If you want to travel, whether it’s for work or leisure, having epilepsy should not stop you.
A look at the variety of issues surrounding epilepsy and sex life.
Information for women with epilepsy.
Tips for looking after a baby or young child when you have epilepsy.
Information if you have epilepsy and are pregnant now, or might be in the future.
What is the danger of fasting for a person with epilepsy?
I’m well over 60 and just been told I have epilepsy. Why now?