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Hull Living with Epilepsy event

Is an Epilepsy Action run event.

Hull Living with Epilepsy event

Event Date: 
Saturday 26 November 2016 - 09:45
Mercure Hull Royal Hotel, 170 Ferensway, Hull, HU1 3UF, United Kingdom
Event Category: 
Advice and Information Event


We want to you find out about the treatment options available. Plus we want to give you a face–to–face opportunity to learn about the resources we can offer to support you in managing your epilepsy. 

By coming, you'll:

  • get to know the treatments available for epilepsy beyond medication
  • learn about the eight steps we suggest to better treatment
  • find out about how Epilepsy Action can help you
  • learn new skills to help manage health and wellbeing
  • get better quality of life through self–care

The events aim to impact on your self-management levels, psychological wellbeing, quality of life, knowledge, skills and confidence.

Speakers include:

  • Jayam Lazarus, Consultant Neurologist
  • Karen Evans, epilepsy specialist nurse
  • Plus practitioners in mindfulness, wellness and first aid.

Tickets start at just £4.

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This is one of a series of workshop events across the UK we'll be running on the same topics over 2016.

People with epilepsy and anyone with an interest in treatment options and better self-management.

Of the 600,000 people living with epilepsy in the UK, around 288,000 are still experiencing seizures. We estimate that with better treatment 108,000 more people could become seizure free. These events support and encourage people whose seizures are not controlled to ask for better treatment and encourage increased self-management.  

This event is sponsored by LivaNova.  LivaNova developed and markets the Vagal Nerve Stimulation (VNS) therapy system.  LivaNova has no editoral control on the content.

Contact Name: 
Epilepsy Action local services team
Contact Number: 
0113 210 8781

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