Tractor Run

John’s incredible tractor run fundraising event

Our fundraising team were excited to attend the first live event in over 18 months! Our Fundraising and Volunteer Coordinator Linzi tells us more...
#StudentSeptember

Introducing our #StudentSeptember campaign

We are excited to launch our #StudentSeptember campaign. Our goal this September is to increase awareness of epilepsy amongst students, and we want students...
Young adult getting COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccinations for children and young people

As the COVID-19 programme of vaccination continues for adults, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has advised that children and young people...
Online Youth Groups

Future of work at Epilepsy Scotland

Lesslie Young, Chief Executive at Epilepsy Scotland looks at the future of work following the pandemic and Epilepsy Scotland’s hybrid model, focused on the...

The importance of volunteers

Chief Executive Lesslie Young reflects on Volunteer’s Week and how important volunteers are to organisations like Epilepsy Scotland.

Volunteers Week: Why I volunteer

This week is Volunteers Week! All week we will be talking to some of our fantastic volunteers asking them why they became a volunteer...

#BeyondCovid – Looking to the future

As National Epilepsy Week draws to a close, our Chief Executive, Lesslie Young, looks towards the future and how we must ensure services and...

#BeyondCovid – How check-in service helped me during the pandemic

Elle shares her experiences of being diagnosed with epilepsy, the impact the pandemic has had on her and how Epilepsy Scotland’s check-in service has...
Loneliness

#BeyondCovid – Overcoming loneliness and isolation

Our Helpline & Information Officer, Stuart Macgee, provides five steps to combat the feelings of loneliness and isolation.
COVID-19 Virus

#BeyondCovid – Impact of COVID on people with epilepsy

Our Policy Assistant, Anna Telfer, provides results of our COVID-19 has been affecting people with epilepsy survey and how important it is to consider...