Researchers at University College Cork are inviting young adults (18-30 years old) with epilepsy to take part in a new study that aims to understand how young adults take their medicines and the factors that affect how they do it.
It's back to school time and whether your child is starting school or returning to school this autumn, you may have a number of questions about managing epilepsy at school.
Do you use Assistive Technology in your daily life?
The Disability Federation of Ireland in collaboration with Enable Ireland are doing some research on Assistive Technology provision for people with disabilities in Ireland.
Epilepsy Ireland and Dublin Photography School are now accepting entries for our annual photography competition, with 12 winning entries again featuring in the Epilepsy Ireland 2017 charity calendar.
Figures released by Epilepsy Ireland have revealed the positive impact of their Training For Success (TFS) FETAC pre-employment course since it began 18 years ago, with 85% of graduates finding a job or upskilling after they complete the programme.
Put yourself in the frame for next year's International Epilepsy Day
#iseebeyond increases awareness of hidden disability within four months of campaign launch
A Wicklow business which saw an opportunity for well-crafted mobile apps is behind a ground-breaking product for those in isolation.
The Neuronaute top and cap outfit, has reportedly been passed for use in assisting to identify epilepsy by the European health services, including the NHS.
HSE and NDRC looking for health-tech entrepreneurs