Please see separate sections for specific documents.
- About Young Epilepsy
Better futures for young lives with epilepsy. Who we are and what we do.
- College Prospectus 2012 – Connect2
This year-round residential service is based on one-to-one support and a person-centred approach rather than a conventional curriculum
- College Prospectus 2012 – Health care
Information about how students at St Piers College benefit from special medical care and therapy on campus
- College Prospectus 2012 – Residential options
What residential options are available at Young Epilepsy from weekly to year-round options
- College Prospectus 2012 – Student Stories
Find out more about students experiences at St Piers College
- College Prospectus 2012 – Why choose St Piers College?
Information for parents about how we support young people, aged 19 to 25, to grow into adulthood with confidence
- College Prospectus 2012 – Why St Piers College?
A leaflet aimed at Educational Authorities/funders. We are always happy to discuss individual cases to see how we can help
- Come to a Young Epilepsy open day
Come and find out more about our special school, Further Education College and world-class medical facilities, all on our stunning 60 acre rural campus.
- Describing a seizureWhat to look out for before, during and after a seizure and what information to record
- Epilepsy and Behavioural problemsHow epilepsy can affect the behaviour of children and young people.
- Epilepsy and PlayHow and why children with epilepsy benefit from play and strategies to help them communicate.
- Epilepsy information - Alternating Hemiplegia
This leaflet explains about alternating hemiplegia in children and how it can be managed.
- Epilepsy information - Diary sticker sheet
Extra stickers for the children seizure diaries available from Young Epilepsy.
- Epilepsy information - Supplement in The Guardian newspaper
Read the supplement from the guardian June 2010 on epilepsy, which features a student’s experience at Young Epilepsy.
- Epilepsy information – Health Summit Report March 2010
An event organised as part of Young Epilepsy’s Champions for Childhood Epilepsy Campaign
- Epilepsy information – here to help brochureAll about our helpline, resources and training for schools, parents and professionals and much more
- Epilepsy information – Lifetime cost analysis paper
Epilepsy Surgery: better futures or more false economies? Over the next 10 years the NHS has the chance to save at least £280 million AND improve the lives of hundreds of children
- Fundraising - Brochure
You can make a difference – how a charity partnership with Young Epilepsy will bring your company great benefits and make a difference to the lives of young people with epilepsy.
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