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Everyone’s epilepsy story is unique, and sharing your story helps others know they are not alone.

These are inspiring stories; of being diagnosed, over-coming challenges, fundraising and much, much more. Please share your story too.

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Ben King nominated his wife Rachael for everything she does to raise awareness about epilepsy. Their three children all live with the condition. Their eldest son Jenson, seven, was diagnosed with...

Aislinn Carlile volunteers for the Epilepsy Action Ballynahinch coffee and chat group in Northern Ireland. Located in a rural area, the group gives people affected by epilepsy a much-needed...

Nansi Thomas is five and has temporal lobe epilepsy, having several seizures day and night. She was finally diagnosed at the age of three after a long time of suspected epilepsy.  Nansi’s...

Dr Daniel Hindley works at Bolton Foundation Trust. A paediatric consultant and clinical lead in community paediatrics, he has interests in childhood epilepsy and neurodisability...

Ladies Circle is a networking organisation for women aged between 18 and 45, founded in 1936. The friendship group runs around 120 different clubs nationwide, and is all about having fun,...

Bartuf is a family owned Yorkshire business founded in 1995 and based in Armley, Leeds. They are one of the UK’s leading designers, manufacturers and suppliers of innovative retail display...

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