- Josh Howard just donated $50.00
- Manoli Hnoudis just donated $52.20
- Raegan Williams just donated $62.64
- Jan L’Orange just donated $50.00
- Jodie Saw just donated $62.64
- Adam Mackie just donated $62.64
- Adrian Shackleton (AMCA QLD) just donated $62.64
- Leanne Booth just donated $156.60
- Nicholas Vallance just donated $26.10
- Bela Davis just donated $25.00
- Boyd Fuller just donated $25.00
- Sarah Crowther just donated $25.00
- Steven Bonso just donated $50.00
- William Holdsworth just donated $250.00
- Cassie and Otis just donated $25.00
- Shady just donated $20.88
- Jo Airey just donated $52.20
- Adrienne Bonso just donated $25.00
- Leo Bonso just donated $104.40
- Stephen Foster just donated $26.10
Epilepsy is one of the worlds most common neurological conditions
50 Million people the world over live with a diagnosis of epilepsy. In Queensland we are their beacon of hope ensuring each individual is understood and supported to live well.
60 Queenslanders were diagnosed this week...
They join the more than 28,000 people living with an active diagnosis. We are the beacon of hope for these people, and you too can lend your light.
With your support we can be there for those Queenslanders that need us, when they need us the most – we invite you to support us in anyway you can.
About epilepsy and seizures
How your fundraising will make an impact.
Leave a lasting legacy in memory of a loved one.
Downloadable resources, Fundraising ideas and Frequesntly Asked Questions
Join Team Epilepsy Queensland
1 in 10 people will experience a seizure in their lifetime.
Over 28,740 people in Queensland currently live with a diagnoses of epilepsy. 3,000 more will receive their diagnosis this year. Interestingly this is more than muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, parkinson’s and motor neurone disease combined!
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recognises epilepsy as one of the world’s most common serious brain disorders.
Epilepsy Queensland brings hope to those living with or impacted by epilepsy throughout Queensland. We provide psycho-social supports, education and training, and policy / advocacy work to ensure the voice of people with epilepsy is heard.
People we work with often describe the receiving of a diagnosis as being ‘thrown in the deep-end.’