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Stories about self management

Learning to manage

22 Nov 2013

Epilepsy Action has launched a new collection of online resources to teach you, your friends, family and colleagues all about epilepsy. Ranging from personal stories to seizure first aid, these resources aim to help you in living with your condition

Empowering people to manage their epilepsy: the SMILE project

9 Apr 2013

Man presenting a classResearchers from King’s College London are doing research to empower people with epilepsy. This work encourages people to take more control over the management of their condition – and possibly have fewer seizures. Leone Ridsdale, Laura Goldstein and Adam Noble describe their new research project, which aims to design an information course for people with epilepsy. Peter Fox explains

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