How The Epilepsy Space was created

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    Paige writes about how she got involved in helping to create The Epilepsy Space


    Epilepsy Action would like to thank all the people who contributed to The Epilepsy Space:

    The young people who gave their time to be part of the youth advisory group

    The young people who have shared stories and given feedback on The Epilepsy Space

    Rebecca Case | children’s epilepsy nurse specialist, Portsmouth Hospitals Trust

    Mary Codling | paediatric epilepsy nurse specialist, primary healthcare lead nurse for learning disabilities and epilepsy nurse specialist, Berkshire Healthcare Trust

    Debbie Davey | epilepsy nurse specialist, Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust

    Lucy Ginn | epilepsy specialist nurse, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Raechel Robinson  | epilepsy specialist nurse, Wye Valley NHS Trust

    Dr Janine Winterbottom | advanced nurse specialist in epilepsy, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust

    The Epilepsy Space was made possible by a generous grant
    from the Morrisons Foundation


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    About Epilepsy Action

    Fundraising volunteers at an eventEpilepsy Action fights to improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy.

    Our free helpline offers confidential and accurate information and support when people need it most. And our national network of support groups offers a lifeline to people close to home.

    We campaign for positive change in government policy and to improve public attitudes – to create a better, fairer future for all people with epilepsy.

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