Skip to main content
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Epilepsy Surgery Service

This site is best viewed with a modern browser. You appear to be using an old version of Internet Explorer.

Courses and forums

Advice or techniques on how to manage epilepsy: listed in alphabetical order.

Courses

Some courses may be helpful for those experiencing memory or mood-related difficulties after surgery.

  • Breathworks
    Courses and resources about Mindfulness and living with a long-term health condition.
  • Epilepsy Action: Epilepsy and You
    Self-management course for people struggling to manage epilepsy or who would like some helpful tips.
  • Epilepsy and your wellbeing
    This course aims to teach you how to take simple steps to manage your epilepsy and improve your wellbeing. It covers the links between epilepsy and your wellbeing, seizure triggers, taking epilepsy medication, memory and stress.
  • Self-Management UK
    Generic and disease-specific courses for people with long-term health conditions. Programmes are delivered by fully-trained peer tutors who live with a long-term condition or care for someone with a long-term condition and have previously attended a self-management uk course. Programmes use cognitive-behavioural and psychosocial approaches, empowering patients to manage their conditions.
  • Webease Epilepsy, Awareness, Support, and Education
    Free, web-based self-management programme for adults with epilepsy, useful if you are struggling to manage your medication, seizures or any other aspect of your care.

For details of courses run by Oxford University Hospitals please see 'Patient information'.

Forums

Speak to others living with epilepsy, or learn more about other people's experiences of epilepsy surgery.

  • Epilepsy Society Blog
    News, views and opinions from the Epilepsy Society: search for blogs on epilepsy surgery.
  • Forum4e
    Online community provided by Epilepsy Action that allows people with epilepsy and their carers to talk about their experiences.
  • The Humanology Project
    Global community for sharing stories and finding support for mental and neurological health: articles, blogs, and short films about epilepsy.
  • Young Epilepsy Blog
    Read guest bloggers' experiences of living with epilepsy.