We exist to improve the lives
of everyone affected by epilepsy

People with epilepsy

Children's section

Website for children with epilepsy. Also, download our epilepsy story and activity book for children (A Day with Dot).

Watch our animations for children with epilepsy.

Young people

Website for young people with epilepsy.

Parents of children with epilepsy

Information about epilepsy in newborn babies and epilepsy in children. And information on how epilepsy may affect learning and behaviour.

Children whose parents have epilepsy

Illustrated stories for children to help explain your epilepsy.

My mum has epilepsy
My dad has epilepsy

Brothers and sisters of children with epilepsy

Information for brothers and sisters of children with epilepsy.

My brother has epilepsy
My sister has epilepsy

Women

The issues covered here include menstruation, menopause, contraception and epilepsy and having a baby.

Men

The issues covered here include puberty, sex life and fertility in men with epilepsy.

Carers of people with epilepsy and learning disabilities

Information for people caring for someone with epilepsy and a learning disability. It includes health information and information on living with epilepsy.

People with epilepsy and a learning disability

Easy Read information about epilepsy.

Developing epilepsy in later life

This covers the particular issues of developing epilepsy in later life.

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Comments

Hi I would love to hear peoples stories on how they have coped with Epilepsy. living with Epilepsy is a battle that can be defeated and controlled, please can everyone share there stories to me either by email to daniel.finch@livingwithepilepsy.uk or comment it on my website www.livingwithepilepsy.uk and i will be sure to post it on the website under a blog with your name and any details you wish to provide.
Epilepsy is a hidden disability and its not just down to neurologists to make people aware of it. we need to educate the population about epilepsy, we can do this by sharing stories to everyone. please take your time to help people #help #support #epilepsy

Submitted by daniel on

Thanks to my father who shared with me about this
blog, this weblog is in fact amazing.

Submitted by Rosella on

I have had Epilepsy for 31 years since I was 16. Married & have had 4 children Kim age 26, she is married & has 3 little girls, son Zack age 23 & Jake age 19. Eldest daughter Hazel passed away almost 10 years ago from SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death In Epilepsy) she was 17 years old.

Submitted by Julie Cooper on