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We hope you enjoy reading these personal stories written by our members who wish to share their experience of living with epilepsy.
While it is important to share stories about epilepsy with others, it is equally important to remember that no two people experience the exact situation, and what may have worked for one person may not work for another.
Here a few for your interest:
- No Turning Back - David's Story
- A Ketogenic Life Change - Leah's Story
- On An Angel's Wing - The importance of having good communication with your doctor
- Catamenial Seizures and Contraception - Sophie's Story
Perhaps you may have a story to share with our readers.
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This information provided by the Epilepsy Association of South Australia Inc on the Internet is designed to provide basic information about epilepsy. It is not intended, nor does it constitute medical or other professional advice. Diagnosis and advice on medical care or other assessments should be sought from a medical practitioner or suitably qualified professional.
What The Foundation Aims To Do
The Epilepsy Centre is a professional organisation committed to providing quality services to people living with epilepsy and improving community awareness and attitudes throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory.
The Epilepsy Centre provides support and counselling services to the public with epilepsy and their families, as well as a public awareness and education campaign throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory.