Epilepsy is a common serious neurological condition that affects 55,000 people in Scotland. We are here for anyone with the condition, their families, carers and employers. We campaign for improved healthcare and an end to stigma, we influence policies that will affect the health, educational and social welfare of people with epilepsy and we provide quality information, support and award-winning services.
Epilepsy Scotland works with people living with epilepsy to ensure that their voice is heard.
“We want all people affected by epilepsy to be free from stigma and discrimination, to have access to high quality medical, social, educational, support and information services, to be valued and included in society, and to determine their own way of life.”
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