Month: March 2021

Purple Day 2021: Why Epilepsy Research Is So Vital

Posted on 26 March 2021 by Cheney Drew

The 26th March is otherwise known as ‘Purple Day’- a day where people are encouraged to where purple in recognition and support of people with epilepsy (PwE). Epilepsy is the most common chronic neurological condition, affecting between 1-3% of the population. It can affect anyone and although specific epilepsy syndromes ae associated with particular age groups,
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Neurodiversity During A Pandemic – One Parent’s Experience

Posted on 9 March 2021 by Claire Johnson

Unbelievably we are reaching the 1-year anniversary of our move to working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I wanted to mark the anniversary and celebrate international women’s day (March 8th 2021) by writing about motherhood, caring for my eldest son who is autistic and non-verbal, and balancing my career during the pandemic. During “normal”
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