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Epilepsy and Learning

We need to understand the challenges that epilepsy brings, writes June Massey. Epilepsy is often viewed as purely a medical condition rather than a potential...

SEN120 : Sept/Oct 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN120: Sept/Oct 2022 here If you only read one article in this issue, please make sure it’s James’s moving account of his...

Living with epilepsy: stories of children and their families

Rajvinder Singh Gill accounts of families and their children’s journey through the process of diagnosis and its aftermath. The diagnosis of epilepsy is part of a...

SEN115 : November/December 2021

Read SEN Magazine SEN115: November/December 2021 here   Slowly but surely, the school routine is getting back to an approximation of normality. But for some,...

Are you epilepsy confident?

Simple measures can help schools get the right support in place for children with epilepsy, writes Catherine Hodder

Supporting epilepsy at school

What’s school like for a pupil with SEN and epilepsy? Carol Long reveals two families’ very different experiences 

Supporting epilepsy at school

Schools are failing to meet their legal responsibility to make effective provision for pupils with epilepsy, writes Carol Long


Epilepsy and families

Paul Keenleyside examines how epilepsy affects all those who live with it

New clinical definition for epilepsy

An expert task force in the USA has created a new definition for epilepsy that refines the scope of patients diagnosed with this condition....

Fit for purpose?

Do schools do enough to help pupils with epilepsy? Nina Solomon explains what every staff member should know about the condition

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Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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