Epilepsy Scotland 70th Anniversary Ball

Join us for our celebration ball to commemorate Epilepsy Scotland’s 70th anniversary on Saturday 12 October 2024 at the Glasgow Marriott Hotel.


What is Epilepsy?

In Scotland 58,000 people are affected by epilepsy. Children and older people are most at risk of developing this common serious neurological condition but anyone can develop epilepsy at any time, and eight people a day in Scotland do.

We want to make sure the needs of people with epilepsy are met. This is why we campaign for improved healthcare, better information provision and an end to stigma.

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70 years of Epilepsy Scotland

This year, Epilepsy Scotland is turning 70!

That’s 70 years of support. It’s 70 years of campaigning on behalf of people living with epilepsy in Scotland. Ensuring that appropriate services and support are available and continue to fight the discrimination and stigma experienced by those living with epilepsy.

But sadly our services are still acutely needed. We must now make sure that we are moving forward together with purpose. Making lives better for people living with epilepsy and those who care for them.

Please contribute what you can to help make better lives for people living with epilepsy. To donate, please click here.

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Epilepsy Scotland has a free confidential helpline. Our helpline provides information and emotional support to anyone affected by epilepsy.

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