Epilepsy Information: provides information and documentation on articles relevant to Epilepsy such as scientific report, survey results, awareness campaigns, etc.
Mind Your Rights was first published in April 2014 by Youth on the Move. Mind Your Rights! is first and foremost an educational and informational tool on epilepsy, both as a medical condition and its socio-economic and cultural impacts. It provides information on the care framework (or its inadequacy); institutional and normative, available in Kenya. […]Read More
Report on medical and social needs of people with epilepsy and intellectual disability A joint report of the International League Against Epilepsy Task Force on Intellectual Disabilities and the International Bureau for Epilepsy. Prepared by The Task Force on Intellectual Disabilities and Epilepsy of the International League Against Epilepsy – Mike Kerr, Rose Thompson, Christine […]Read More
Basic principles for Epilepsy Legislation sets out basic principles and rights that should be considered when drafting legislation related to epilepsy with due respect to given cultures or legal traditions. Read more click here to download this documentRead More
Epilepsy and Genetics Things You Want to Know In some unusual families, however, many people develop epilepsy, consistent with an effect of a mutation in a single gene with a strong effect on risk in the family. Studies of these rare families have been very informative for identifying genes that cause epilepsy.” Click to download […]Read More
Epilepsy Across the Spectrum: Promoting Health and Understanding The Institute of Medicine IOM was asked to examine the public health dimensions of the epilepsies, focusing on public health surveillance and data collection; population and public health research; health policy, health care, and human services; and education for people with the disorder and their families, health […]Read More
The Institute of Medicine IOM is undertaking a new study to consider the public health dimensions of the epilepsies in the United Statesincluding health care and human services, health literacy, and education. The report of the study, which is due out on 30th March, will recommend priorities in these areas in order to better understand […]Read More