Let's Spread Awareness for Epilepsy!

Let's Spread Awareness for Epilepsy!

This week is Epilepsy Awareness Week.

According to The Epilepsy Society, over 600,000 people in the UK have epilepsy.

Epilepsy is a common and serious neurological condition which affects the brain and nervous system. Seizures always start in the brain and are caused by many different underlying causes, including a person's genetics, a structural change in the brain or from other underlying conditions.

You can find help and support on epilepsy here

Epawlepsy Enamel Pin - Epilepsy on a purple backing card red background. The enamel pin is a ginger cat with eyes scrunched closed and symbols to represent a dizzy spell drawn across his head. Epawlepsy is written on the cats stomach. Enamel pin is designed to raise awareness for epilepsy

Epawlepsy Enamel Pin - Epilepsy

The Epilapesy - Epilepsy Ape Sticker being held over a red background. A gorilla ape shape sticker with a shocked open mouth expression with a yellow lightning bolt and stars across its head, across its chest in black reads 'epilapesy'. The hand drawn design is raising awareness for epilepsy and seizures.

Epilapesy - Epilepsy Ape Sticker

The Epawlepsy - Epilepsy Sticker on a red, green and blue background with colouring pencils. A ginger cat sticker with a dizzy spell drawn around its head it has the word 'Epawlepsy' written on it in black. The hand drawn design is raising awareness for epilepsy and seizures.

Epawlepsy - Epilepsy Sticker

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