DON’T miss your chance to find out more about epilepsy! Visit our information stand at the ‘Living in Orkney with a Long Term Condition’ event at the Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall on 27 April from 10am-3pm.
Trained staff will be on hand to listen to your questions and tell you about our freephone confidential helpline and our website packed with epilepsy information. You can also pick up a free Epilepsy Scotland guide.
Epilepsy Scotland provides training in understanding and managing epilepsy. It helps raise awareness of epilepsy by giving talks to schools and community groups. It also campaigns for better healthcare and is lobbying health boards, including NHS Orkney, to increase the number of specialist nurses in Scotland.
Our Contact Team are keen to meet people in your area and we’re encouraging people living in Orkney to find out more about epilepsy. It is a great opportunity to meet us and find out more about local services.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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Staff of Epilepsy Scotland will be available throughout the event.
- EpilepsyScotlandworks with people affected by epilepsy to ensure that their voice is heard. We campaign for improved healthcare, better information provision and an end to stigma. This common serious neurological condition affects one in 97 people. We represent nearly 54,000 Scots with epilepsy, their families and carers.
- Our freephone Helpline(0808 800 2200) offers advice, support and information. People can email (firstname.lastname@example.org), text 07786 209501, or download information from our website: www.epilepsyscotland.org.uk. Our freephone Helpline (0808 800 2200) offers advice, support and information is available from our website: www.epilepsyscotland.org.uk
- For more details please contact: The Contact Team on 0141 427 4911 or Allana Parker, Public Affairs Officer on: 0141 419 1701 or 07884 012 147.
Contact: Allana Parker