We are pleased to announce the publication of an article about our organisation in The Guardian. This article highlights the challenges faced by people with epilepsy and the work EAARF is doing to change the narrative and empower people with epilepsy. The article provides an in-depth look at the impact of epilepsy on individuals and the broader community. It delves into the stigmatisation and misconceptions surrounding epilepsy, shedding light on the need for greater awareness and understanding. Additionally, it describes the initiatives and programmes that EAARF is leading to support epilepsy sufferers and encourage inclusivity. The piece features personal stories from people living with epilepsy, offering a glimpse into their daily realities. It also emphasises the importance of advocacy and solidarity in driving positive change for people with epilepsy. This article serves as a powerful testament to the dedication and impact of EAARF in shaping a more inclusive and informed society for people with epilepsy.



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