Raising awareness of SUDEP – Alana’s story

  Hayley McGurk was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was just nine years old after having her first seizure in primary school. Unfortunately, when Hayley was 20 years old her seizures got worse and sadly, she passed away due to Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) in 2015.

Talk Epilepsy

My experience of living with epilepsy

  We are looking to encourage people to start talking about epilepsy and share their experiences. Each month, we will be sharing these on our website and on social media. This month, Shona shares her experiences of being diagnosed at a young age and how epilepsy has affected her.  

Studying abroad

My experience of studying abroad with epilepsy

  Our #TalkEpilepsy campaign aims to encourage people living with epilepsy to share their experiences. University student, Milo Trainor Moss shares his experiences of studying abroad with epilepsy and having seizures while travelling overseas.

Tom Davies

Tom Davies shares his epilepsy story

  As part of our #TalkEpilepsy campaign we are encouraging people living with epilepsy to share their experiences to help fight the stigma and show that epilepsy is more than just seizures. Long-time supporter of Epilepsy Scotland, Tom Davies shares his experiences of being diagnosed with epilepsy when he was 15 years old.  

Talk Epilepsy

Lets Talk Epilepsy

  We are launching a national campaign during National Epilepsy Week, which aims to highlight the dangers of having a seizure and encourage the general public to learn basic first aid tips to help people with epilepsy.