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British Epilepsy Society

British Epilepsy Association (BEA) provides a wide range of services and information to support anybody with an interest in epilepsy.Please contact us if you require any further information.

Contact A Family

Every day over 75 children in the UK are born or diagnosed with a serious disability or rare syndrome and the vast majority of them are cared for at home. Contact a Family is the only UK charity providing support and advice to parents whatever the medical condition of their child. We provde information for adults with rare disorders as well as families of disabled children.

Epilepsy Scotland

If you want the latest information on the causes and treatment of epilepsy - either for yourself, a family member, for a friend, or even for a feature article - then we are sure you will find it here.

Epilepsy - Wales

Epilepsy Wales was formed by a group of concerned individuals in the early 1980s and became a charity in 1986. Its aim has always been to help people with epilepsy in Wales, their families and carers.

Epilepsy Support

Epilepsy Support a website designed by a person with Epilepsy not a medical professional or company!
One of the biggest forms of support that you can discover is that you need not struggle in isolation; there are many other people who understand exactly how you feel through personal experience.
The people that have the greatest insight into the effects of Epilepsy are those who have it or who care for those with Epilepsy.


Online information for parents of children who suffer from Epilepsy.

For A Better Life with Epilepsy (F.A.B.L.E)

FABLE is a nationally registered charity raising funds forVagus nerve stimulation used to treat epilepsy uncontrolledby medication alone

Great Ormond Street Hospital - Institute of Child Health

The hospital offers the widest range of paediatric specialties in the country, including 21 medical, 11 surgical and eight diagnostic specialties, plus eight paramedical and other clinical support services including pharmacy, physiotherapy, psychology, dietetics and speech and language therapy. Our specialties also include:


MedicAlert® is the only non-profit making, registered charity providing a life-saving identification system for individuals with hidden medical conditions and allergies. This takes the form of body-worn bracelets or necklets (known as MedicAlert® Emblems) bearing the MedicAlert® symbol on the disc and supported by a 24 hour emergency telephone service. Each member receives an Emblem that is engraved with the wearer’s main medical condition(s) or vital details, a personal ID number and a 24 hour emergency telephone number that can access their details from anywhere in the world in over 100 languages.

Mersey Region Epilepsy Association

We are an independent charity working towards improving the quality of life for people with epilepsy and their families across Merseyside and Cheshire. For over 40 years, we've been providing a free and confidential community service which aims to give support and information on a personal basis.

National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy

NCYPE is the major provider of specialist services for young people with epilepsy in the UK. The Centre is a charity and works in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust and the Institute of Child Health. It is based at a 200 acre site in Lingfield, Surrey and includes St Piers School, a Further Education College, a National Assessment Centre and research and training facilities.

National Society for Epilepsy - UK

The National Society for Epilepsy is striving for a world without epilepsy. In the meantime we will seek to enhance the health and well-being of people with epilepsy by improving clinical treatment and care and by the provision of health information to people with epilepsy, to health professionals and the general public.

The David Lewis Centre for Epilepsy

The David Lewis Centre for Epilepsy is a charity, which provides a unique range of services for adults and children with complicated epilepsy. It was opened in 1904 through the generosity of David Lewis (1822-1885), who had pioneered department stores and left most of his fortune to be used for the benefit of the people of Liverpool and Manchester.

The Joint Epilepsy Council of the UK and Ireland

The Joint Epilepsy Council of the UK and Ireland (JEC) is an umbrella body that exists to enable 21 organisations to work together for the benefit of people with epilepsy.
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