Epilepsy is the most common serious neurological condition, impacting 600,000 people in the UK alone. 

It is the most common, serious neurological condition and is a major long-term disability. Unfortunately however, very few GPs have the time to fully understand epilepsy and there are few consultant neurologists specialising in epilepsy. This lack of specialists means that, whilst 70% of people with epilepsy should have their seizures controlled, many are receiving unsatisfactory care.

We can't guarantee that a service user's epilepsy will improve whilst staying with us. However we can ensure that individuals gain access to the best possible care and that every effort is made to reduce or eliminate seizures.

  • New scientific research                  
  • Triggers
  • Recognising seizures
  • Stimulation
  • Managing seizures
  • Lifestyle
  • External training
  • Nutrition
  • Epilepsy specialists
  • Monthly medical meetings
  • Medication management

  • Medical treatments
  • Self-medication
  • 24 hour medical team

Complex needs

We co-ordinate our service user's needs if they have any further conditions that as we know are common with epilepsy. We provide support and encouragement to the service user with their needs and create a dynamic living environment for each and every service user, whilst never comprising safety and performing full risks assessments. 

Look at the below image and hover over the different body parts to see how we view the whole body and how different needs affect the individual.

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