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a full life for everyone affected by epilepsy
exist to improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy
Refusal of your application for a driving license may entitle you to free off-peak bus travel anywhere in England.
For a small annual payment you can purchase a CEA card which will entitle you to ONE free cinema ticket for the person accompanying you to enable you to visit the cinema.
Prohibition from driving may entitle you to a Disabled Persons Railcard that allows a 1/3 off train fares for yourself and/or adult companion.
For advice on benefits eligibility and disability issues.
the UK’s largest epilepsy specialist provider of care services.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Epilepsy Services
Your health, your choices
Meet the neurology team
Community Services and Support
They are an alarm system. They are helpers, protectors and service providers. So-called seizure response dogs can be all these things – and more
Charity training disability assistance dogs including seizure alert dogs and medical assistance dogs. Includes fostering, socialising and adoption details and latest.
The Helpline advises and assists individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights.
Help & advice for employers and employees.