Epilepsy in later life
Epilepsy can sometimes follow a diagnosis of dementia or after a stroke. As more people live longer with these conditions, more older people will develop epilepsy.
Having a diagnosis of epilepsy in later life can hit you hard especially if you have always been healthy and active. Losing your driving licence and having to rely on others for the time being can affect self-esteem and confidence.
Our Epilepsy and later life publication pulls together information specifically aimed at older people to help you understand epilepsy and make the most of your treatment.
- Epilepsy and memory
- Emotional wellbeing
- Information for teachers
- Brian learns about Epilepsy
- Farah and Ted visit the hospital
- Happiness Heroes
- Teen Guide – Getting on with life
- Epilepsy and Occupational Health
- Equality Act – summary of key rights
- Epilepsy and leisure
- Epilepsy and driving
- Women and epilepsy
- Men and epilepsy
- Epilepsy and later life
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