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29 May 2019

Last week was National Epilepsy Week. Approximately 500,000 people in England are diagnosed with epilepsy, and people of all ages are affected, from new-borns to the elderly.

People with epilepsy often feel anxious when they're out and about, because they worry people won't know how to help them. Knowing what to do when a seizure occurs can go a long way in minimising the harm done to both the person and those around them.

This year, the Epilepsy Society have launched a new campaign which aims to provide people with the basic tools of seizure first aid that could help save a life.

For more information on the campaign, click here

22 May 2019

This week is Dementia Action Week. The aim of the week is to not only increase awareness of issues surrounding dementia, but also to encourage more action to be taken which contributes towards creating a dementia-friendly society. 

Dementia affects 850,000 people in the UK, with 40,000 people under the age of 65 suffering from early onset dementia. 

Throughout the week, actions which help to make everyday life better for those with dementia are being encouraged. Whether that be as simple as getting in touch with someone you know that has dementia, or attending one of the range of fundraising events which are taking place across the UK. To find out what events are happening near you, including sports, bake-offs and quizzes, click here.

 

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