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Finding out your child has or could have epilepsy can be a difficult time. Having a child with epilepsy can affect the whole family. We offer support services to parents and carers of children who have epilepsy. We can also help you understand the effect epilepsy can have on behaviour, learning and family life. Services range from schools awareness programs and parental support groups to youth workshops and social work assessments.
This group of young people meet regularly to undertake social activities and go on various trips together.
Free confidential helpline providing information and support for children, young people, parents and carers.
Our sleep clinics provide support to families of children with epilepsy and chronic sleep problems.
Epilepsy Scotland can do social work assessments to assess the needs of children with disabilities.
We regularly deliver workshops on epilepsy to schools, teaching children and young people about epilepsy.
Support to families of children and young people at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh.
We offer support services to parents and carers of children who are affected by epilepsy.
The Lighthouse support service provides one to one support from trained support workers.