Since 1954 Epilepsy Scotland has raised funds to provided advice, information, support and services for people in Scotland who have epilepsy, their families and carers. We are a lifeline for people who need information and advice, training and literature.
Epilepsy Scotland believes 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
What we do
• 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
• We sustain an effective, supportive and financially secure organisation
How we work
• Provide a range of support services for people living with epilepsy, their family and carers, including community outreach, holistic therapies, seizure clinics, parental and youth and family services.
• Promote awareness and understanding of epilepsy through campaigning, training and fundraising
• Offer a wide range of information on epilepsy, living with the condition and offering support