CEO’s Blog

Latest Appeal: Your support matters

22 May 2024

“Not everybody understands. You might have family around you, but you can’t really go and ask them if this is normal because they don’t really know.” – Amanda, Eva’s mum There are thousands of families in Australia living with epilepsy. Your support matters, perhaps more than you realise. Nothing prepares you for seeing your childRead More…

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Support Epilepsy Research with a Donation this Spring Time!

23 August 2023

  For more than seventy years Epilepsy Action Australia has been at the forefront of advocating and funding research into interventions and treatments to help improve and save lives for people impacted by epilepsy. Research helps us advance knowledge, improve health, and enhance quality of life. Epilepsy Action Australia supports research that leads to betterRead More…

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Please consider making a Tax Deductible Donation this Tax Time!

24 May 2023

Imagine watching your baby daughter scream in pain from debilitating seizures, every single day – and discover there’s almost nothing you can do to help her. Luella was diagnosed as a tiny baby with a rare and severe form of epilepsy called Infantile Spasms. Erin, Luella’s mum, has selflessly shared the terrible challenges they’ve facedRead More…

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This Christmas and across the year, taking the journey together

02 November 2022

As the ‘holiday season’ approaches, our minds turn to joyous things like family and exchanging gifts. Many say it is ‘the most wonderful time of the year’. Christmas should be a time of joy for families, but for those who have children with epilepsy, it can be a time of unpredictable seizures, heartache, disruption, ambulanceRead More…

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Children are the future!

09 May 2022

It’s almost Tax time! The end of another Financial Year is near and what better time to think about a worthy investment. Did you know that every donation to Epilepsy Action Australia of $2 or more is tax deductible? Perhaps you would like to invest in a better future for children with epilepsy? I’d likeRead More…

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