Information for anyone with epilepsy affected by the war in Ukraine

The crisis in Ukraine means that many people with epilepsy may have difficulty accessing medications and treatment, whether they have fled the country or remain, and this could have dire consequences for those with the most complex needs. Language barriers, individual country policies on medications available and trying to cross borders with multiple medications are […]

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Our March warrior Chloe – beating the odds.

Chloe was born unexpectedly at 28 weeks 5 days weighing a little over 3lb and spent the first 170 days of her life in hospital. She battled sepsis and meningitis in her first week and then the doctors discovered a bronchogenic cyst compressing her airway. At just under 3 weeks old she had her first […]

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Our January warrior Tristan

Our January post is an update on a previous story – written by Tristan’s dad Adrian. Looking back over the last four years it’s been one hell of a ride. There have been some highs but also some lows that have had me on my knees in tears wondering how I’m gonna have the strength […]

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Our December warrior Willow – beating the odds

Willow was born on Wednesday 27th January 2021 via forceps delivery after a lengthy induction. There were no complications once she was born, just pure love and joy of our beautiful baby girl entering the world. We went home the next day and started our new lives together. Around 5-6 weeks old we noticed Willow […]

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Our August warrior – Tia

Our August warrior is Tia, whose story has been written by her mum Chloe   Tia started displaying “strange” movements around October 2019 when she was 3 months old. We took her up to the local A&E where they said it was reflux. I knew something wasn’t quite right and kept taking her back numerous […]

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