Living in lockdown is hard and it can be even harder if you are affected by epilepsy. We want to remind people this National Epilepsy Week - and beyond - that you are not alone. Listen to voice messages from people with epilepsy and parents of children with epilepsy as they share their lockdown stories, top tips on coping and supportive words of encouragement.
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This a bonus episode of epilepycast to mark the end of National Epilepsy Week 2020. We hear from a range of people with epilepsy, or parents of children with epilepsy, about how they've been finding lockdown. They share their tips on how they've been coping as well as words of support and encouragement at this challenging time.
To find out more ways of how to cope with the pandemic from a psychological perspective, we do have some top tips from two neuropsychologists on our website - head to epilepsy.org.uk/lockdowntips