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SUDEP Awareness Day 2016 encourages people with epilepsy to take key steps to reduce their risk

20Oct

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SUDEP Awareness Day aims to improve awareness of SUDEP by highlighting key risks and steps that people with epilepsy can take to reduce their risk. Launched by UK Charity SUDEP Action on 23 October 2014, the awareness day shines a … Continue reading

  

New Safety App for National Epilepsy Week Stay Smart campaign

15May

SUDEP Action has launched its Stay Smart campaign for National Epilepsy Week encouraging people with epilepsy to register for a new Safety App. The technology, EpSMon, is designed to help people with epilepsy assess their risks in between visits with … Continue reading

  

NHS CHOICES ONLINE EPILEPSY CLINIC NOW OPEN

19May

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  Our first ever NHS Choices clinic is NOW OPEN FOR QUESTIONS! We’ve teamed up with NHS Choices, Epilepsy Society, Epilepsy Action, Medic Alert UK and SUDEP during National Epilepsy Week to hold an online Q&A session. Our fantastic panel … Continue reading

  

Writing the way you feel..

17Nov

“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed”- Ernest Hemingway. A typewriter for Ernest yes. A laptop for Saz. When it comes to writing everyone is entitled to an opinion it’s the … Continue reading

  

A speedy exit or a lifelong change?

14Nov

Every exit is an entry somewhere else”- Tom Stoppard. A rather small quote tonight one with great meaning and one that sounds like it’s just came out of C S Lewis’s famous novel The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. … Continue reading

  

What do you dream of?

9Nov

“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is a reality”- John Lennon. Dreaming. One word many authors have made an absolute fortune publishing books on, the majority of which have created little summaries … Continue reading

  

Struggles and being accepted by the Epilepsy community.

8Nov

“Opportunity follows struggle. It follows effort. It follows hard work, it doesn’t come before”- Anon. This evening’s quote is a one that has struck a cord with me tonight. It’s a quote that has made me see that the past … Continue reading