Ross is a recently retired police officer and family man with two children.
He enjoys running and generally keeping fit and active. He has nocturnal epilepsy which is part of who he is.
Ross had my first known seizure back in 1997. At the time, he was a Detective Constable and when he retired he was a Detective Superintendent.
Epilepsy has had a significant impact on his life but with support from his loving family, friends, our wonderful NHS and Epilepsy Scotland, he has achieved a fair bit in life and is happy to have done so.
Ross is now self employed doing various work such as auditing and again his epilepsy has not prevented him from doing this.
He is a positive person who tries to see the best in any situation and finds this helps him.