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Advice and information references

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A

Access to Work

Alcohol and epilepsy

Armed Forces and epilepsy

Attendance Allowance

B

Blue badge scheme

C

Carer's Allowance

Childrens Epilepsy Surgery Service

Children with epilepsy

Contraception and epilepsy

D

Deep brain stimulation and epilepsy

Diagnosis, treatment and healthcare

Disability Living Allowance

Disabled Facilities Grant

Disabled Persons Railcard

Dissociative seizures

Driving

E

Education after 16

EEG tests and epilepsy

Employment and Support Allowance

Epilepsy: an introduction

Epilepsy and having a baby

Epilepsy in babies

Epilepsy in schools

Epilepsy medicines and pregnancy

Epilepsy-related deaths

Epilepsy surgery for adults

Epileptic seizures explained

F

Fasting and epilpesy

Febrile seizures

Flu and epilepsy

Free bus travel

Free prescriptions

G

Getting supplies of your epilepsy medicine outside the UK

Getting the right treatment and care for your epilepsy

Guidelines and initiatives for getting the right teatment and care for your epilepsy

I

Inheritance and epilepsy

Insurance, equality laws and epilepsy

L

Learning, behaviour and epilepsy

Learning disabilities and epilepsy

Low mood and depression

M

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and epilepsy

Men, epilepsy and sex

Mozart Effect and epilepsy

N

NICE guidelines

O

Osteoporosis

P

Personal Independence Payment

Photosensitive epilepsy

Q

Questions to ask your doctor

R

Reflex epilepsies

S

Seize Control campaign

Seizures that last a long time

Seizure triggers

Sleep and epilepsy

Sport and Leisure

Stress and epilepsy

T

Tips for looking after a baby or young child

Travel advice for people with epilepsy

Treatment

U

UK equality laws and epilepsy

V

Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) therapy for epilepsy

W

Wellbeing and epilepsy 

What is epilepsy?

Women with epilepsy

Work and epilepsy

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