12 most common seizure triggers

  Our Helpline & Information Officer, Uschi Stickroth looks at 12 common seizure triggers and how you can help control them.

My experiences of training with Epilepsy Scotland

  Care and Support Worker, Maureen Smullen, shares her experiences of undergoing epilepsy awareness training with Epilepsy Scotland.

Epilepsy and methadone

  The last policy blog post focussed on a new epilepsy register. It is currently being piloted in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and...

Make your business Epilepsy Friendly

  Nicola Milne, Training Manager at Epilepsy Scotland looks at how our Epilepsy Friendly Award helps educate businesses and their employees to be more...

Complementary therapies and epilepsy

  Bruce Shiell, Wellbeing Worker at Epilepsy Scotland looks at how complementary therapies in conjuction with anti-epileptic medication can have a positive impact on...

What to expect when you’re not expecting

  Heather Morrow experienced constant feelings of self-doubt and felt that due to living with epilepsy, it would make her a bad mother. However,...

Can epilepsy register help understanding of epilepsy?

  There are an estimated 55,000 people in Scotland with epilepsy. However, these are not exact figures. At the moment, NHS Scotland does not...

Issues important to men living with epilepsy

  Our Helpline & Information Officer, Stuart Macgee looks at issues, which are relevant and important to men living with epilepsy.

My experience of living with epilepsy for 32 years

  It has been great that people are sharing their experiences of living with epilepsy to help raise more awareness of the condition. This...

Epilepsy and the justice system

  Our Chief Executive, Lesslie Young explains the work Epilepsy Scotland is doing to help people working in the justice system understand epilepsy. Also,...