Advocacy on issues relating to epilpesy has been a key aspect of our work since our formation in 1966.
As we work towards a society where no person's life is limited by epilepsy, we want to hear about the issues that are close to person's with epilepsy and their families in order to represent them to the best of our abilities.
To that end, we have recently launched a new survey seeking feedback from person's with epilepsy and their families on the advocacy issues that matter most to them. Our survey will focus on 5 headline categories, however, there will be an opportunity within the survey to add an advocacy issue important to you which may not be listed. The 5 main categories are:
- Category 1 – Health Services
- Category 2 – Medicines
- Category 3 – Psychosocial Supports
- Category 4 – Rights and Entitlements
- Category 5 – Education and Employment
We would please urge you to take the time to complete this survey for us as it will assist us greatly in our ongoing advocacy work. The survey can be accessed by clicking here.
Working together, we can achieve a society where no person's life is limited by epilepsy.