48 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 1JL, UK
Epilepsy Scotland works with people living with epilepsy to ensure that their voice is heard. We believe that people living with epilepsy have a right to: be free from stigma and discrimination have access to high quality medical; social; educational; support and information services be valued and included in society determine their own way of life We fight discrimination and stigma experienced by people with epilepsy We influence public policy to achieve best practice for people living with epilepsy We work to ensure that appropriate services and support are available
Epilepsy Scotland has a free confidential helpline. Our helpline provides information and emotional support to anyone affected by epilepsy.
Information; advice and emotional support to people affected by epilepsy.
People with epilepsy or the people who care for them.