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In the September 2016 edition

The extra mile

Banks Road Infant and Nursery School receives an Edward award for its fantastic work to support Poppy,
a pupil with epilepsy

On the hunt

In the first of a two-part feature we look at some advice and information for people with
epilepsy about job hunting

Surgery in the 80's

Noel Huntridge talks about having surgery in the1980s and how it transformed his life

More than a midwife

Epilepsy specialist midwife practitioner Kim Morley talks about her career and caring for
women with epilepsy during pregnancy

Tribute to Dr Tim Betts

Epilepsy Action pays tribute to Dr Tim Betts, a big influence in the charity’s work

Meet the Mayor

The new Lord Mayor of Leeds talks about his epilepsy and choosing to support Epilepsy Action

My Journal: Jane and Matthew

Jane’s son Matthew’s epilepsy meant he couldn’t take part in his favourite sports, but a specialised bike turned it all around

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