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About our groups
Too busy to meet in person? No means of transport? If you’re struggling to attend an in-person meeting, don’t worry!
Our online Talk and support groups are a great way of connecting with others online who have experiences of epilepsy, in a safe and relaxed environment.
Our groups provide a chance to share stories and gain valuable insight about how others manage their epilepsy.
Find all the information you need to join a virtual call in our virtual group guide.Download
Our virtual groups offer you...
- A warm welcome
- Space to listen and talk
- A chance to connect with others
- The opportunity to share experiences
Our general groups
Virtual groups from Epilepsy Action are a great way to connect with others.
Our virtual groups are open to anyone in the UK who is over 18 and affected by epilepsy. They present the opportunity to hear and share stories from people with epilepsy and their loved ones.
To attend a meeting, register your free place on Eventbrite by clicking the link below:Book your place now
Talking about epilepsy can be difficult. However, speaking to others going through the same things can help.
Book your place today to hear from others, and share your experiences.Book a place
Employment and epilepsy
We know that people with epilepsy still struggle to find, and stay in work. People with epilepsy have one of the lowest rates of employment among disabled people.
Our Epilepsy and Employment virtual talk and support group is here to to help people with epilepsy to find, and stay in, work.Book a place
Virtual groups near me
Virtual groups near me help connect more people in the same area, without the hassle of travelling. We are currently introducing this type of group across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our virtual groups are open to anyone in the UK who is over 18.
Click on your area to book a place:
Want to volunteer to run a group?
We have a variety of virtual groups which meet online every week. You can pick and choose which groups you want to help support. If you are patient, compassionate and understanding with a basic understanding of I.T, you’d be perfect for this role.
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