Epilepsy Ireland is running a STEPS (Support and Training in Epilepsy Self-Management) course starting next Monday evening April 18th 2016 in Dublin city centre.
Two of Epilepsy Ireland's young members are featured in today's Irish Times speaking about their experiences of schooling and state exams.
A new study just published indicates that children with Type 1 Diabetes are almost 3 times more likely to develop epilepsy as children without Type 1 Diabetes.
Despite recent advances in the understanding and treatment of epilepsy, up to 30% of people living with the condition do not respond to existing anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) and continue to experience regular, debilitating and potentially life-threatening seizures.
Tegretol Retard, the name of this product will change in Ireland with immediate effect to Tegretol SR.
A sincere thanks to 'The Bearded Irishman' Joey O'Dea who has raised an amazing €20k which will go towards EIs research scheme.
Epilepsy Ireland currently has two vacancies.
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio have discovered that, even in the absence of seizures, people with generalised epilepsy have differences in their heart activity compared to the average person.
Edel our Western Community Resource Officer and Brothers of Charity Services Galway organised an Epilepsy & Autism Information Day on 8th March, the final two presentations and slides have now being made available, Thanks to all the attendees and guest speakers.
Edel our Western Community Resource Officer and Brothers of Charity Services Galway organised an Epilepsy & Autism Information Day on 8th March, the presentations and slides have now being made available, Thanks to all the attendees and guest speakers.