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NOTICE 
We just want to let you know, that despite the current health crisis, the HOPE Team are still working very hard to support families affected by paediatric epilepsy and its associated challenges. We are continuing to post  pillows to children suffering from nocturnal convulsive seizures living in the London area. We are still supporting families, (now done remotely) by email and over the phone. 

We are still working hard searching for grants and trying to raise much needed funds to enable us to continue our work. 

It’s unlikely that we will be able to hold HOPE Sessions for the foreseeable future and if things continue, we won’t be able to organise our annual London Zoo Trip. Don’t worry, we will plan another amazing Day Out for children and young people and families/carers, just as soon as it is safe to do so.

Throughout this crisis we will continue to email you all and update you on Facebook with information and advice about paediatric epilepsy.
If you need our help, advice, information, support or simply to have a chat, then please email us at, info@hopeforepilepsylondon.org.uk, or text or call us on the HOPE mobile 07516 926703, (if we don’t reply leave a message, we will get back to you ASAP), or use social media to contact us. 

You’re not on your own! We are still here for you!

If any families want to be put in touch with other families for support, during this time, please let us know, and we can put you in contact with one another.

Caring for a child with epilepsy can be stressful at the best of times, and we need to be there for one another during this tough time. 

We hope you and your families remain healthy throughout this, but whatever the  situation you’re facing, our aim is to support you through it.

 

 

 

Welcome to HOPE London! A charity dedicated to supporting families and children that have been affected by Epilepsy. Epilepsy can have a devastating impact on a family. HOPE London provides a safe space for families to socialise, reduce isolation and build relationships. As well as share information, access support and guidance and most importantly for children to have some fun!