Living with Epilepsy and Disability

Living with Epilepsy and Disability

24 July 2018

It’s estimated that some 30,000 Australians living with intellectual disability also have epilepsy. Unfortunately, as many as one in four are misdiagnosed, largely due to inadequate training in recognising and managing seizures by their caregivers. Not only is epilepsy more common in people with intellectual disability than in the rest of the population; the requirementRead More…

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This SUDEP Action Day Join Us in Asking ‘Why?’

23 October 2017

As those with epilepsy know only too well, there are a lot of misconceptions about the condition. One of them is epilepsy does not lead to death.   Unfortunately, one tragic consequence of epilepsy can be SUDEP – Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy, which is estimated to be responsible for a devastating 150 epilepsy-related deathsRead More…

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