Friday, October 19, 2018

Epilepsy and Epileptics Support Groups

This section of Ableize provides you with a broad selection of epilepsy support groups throughout the UK offering a range of support, information, training and resources including invaluable first aid training sessions and a range of social activities as well as support group contacts. While we were building this section we were surprised to find how few epilepsy support groups there are, with attempted to give you as much information as possible and hope that you find what you’re looking for by entering any of the websites located below.

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Offering a range of support, information and advice to people with epilepsy in and around Bristol.

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Providing a whole range of useful epilepsy advice and information along with news, publications and details of how to get involved in national epilepsy events.

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Contact details for a Guildford, Surrey support group for people living with epilepsy.

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Community support group offering information, advice and support to people with epilepsy in and around Glasgow.

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Dedicated to providing epilepsy support throughout Ireland along with publications, research details and events. Also includes details on seizures, diagnosis and treatment information.

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Highlighting independant epilepsy support groups throughout Scotland with contact details and an A to Z of epilepsy facts and FAQ’s.

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Personal site of a person with epilepsy offering advice and guidance along with support and details of her life-story.

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Epilepsy support groups for Merseyside and Cheshire. Includes online publication, first aid and convulsive seizure details.

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Based in Telford and providing support for people affected by lifelong epilepsy. Site provides details of first aid, upcoming events and the latest research into epilepsy along with training information and group contacts.

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Details of local meetings plus a range of online information and links.

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An active epilepsy social activities and support group providing details of their club, regular meetings and how to join.

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Providing information, support and fundraising for young and teenage people with epilepsy. Includes helpline contacts.


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