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We aim to make a positive difference to people with epilepsy. We do this by letting policy makers know what we think about policies that have an impact, either directly or indirectly on people affected by epilepsy.
All of the policy work that we do is based on evidence. Evidence comes from a variety of sources; from our members, from our helpline, from our clinical contacts and from partner organisations.
We are asked to respond to consultations from a variety of organisations. Our most recent consultation and survey responses include:
Following last year's consultation by the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) on its future strategy, Epilepsy Scotland has been working with the SAS to develop new care pathways for people experiencing seizures in the community. Here is a copy of our consultation response: Scottish Ambulance Service - Our Future Strategy
Epilepsy Scotland recently prepared a short statement on seizures while driving. Here is a copy of our statement: