These awards are for a person or organisation who has used Young Epilepsy training or resources to improve the lives of young people living with epilepsy.
Young Epilepsy believes in better futures for all young people with epilepsy.
That’s why, three years ago, Young Epilepsy started their Champions Campaign to help improve health and education services for young people with epilepsy. They have worked with and trained some fantastic health, education and social care professionals from across the UK who share our vision and commitment.
They have also met and worked with many young people with epilepsy who are a constant inspiration to us.
Now they want to recognise and celebrate all that work.
The inaugural Young Epilepsy Champions Awards will recognise the outstanding contribution made by young people, professionals and organisations towards improving awareness and understanding about epilepsy.
The Champions Awards will be presented by star of TVs Waterloo Road, Philip Martin-Brown on Purple Day (26 March) 2013 at a ceremony in London’s Living Room, City Hall.
But they need your help.
If you have an inspiring story about an individual or an organisation who has used Young Epilepsy training or resources to improve the lives of young people living with epilepsy, and that has really helped to make a difference, why not nominate them today?
Young Epilepsy website: www.youngepilepsy.org.uk/what-we-do/champions-awards