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Stories

It was my birthday Weekend, and a lovely sunny day. Read more
On a wet spring morning in May 2004, just three months short of her twelfth birthday, Becky became a victim of SUDEP. Read more
Beth, as she liked to be known, died from SUDEP on the 2nd of August, 2010, aged 17. Read more
In 1991, Colette began to suffer from seizures. Given Dianne’s death, we were terrified that we could lose her. Read more
Our sister Dianne suffered from severe epilepsy for most of her life. Her seizures were unpredictable, and never fully controlled by medication. Read more
Our younger daughter Emily was beautiful, joyful and very much loved. And now she is dead. Read more
Eve, the youngest of our two daughters, died aged 21 in 2005 whilst studying Radio & TV Production at Staffordshire University. Read more
Jack was an only child. He died on 23 December 2010, aged 20. He was full of life, well-liked by his peers and he had a great sense of humour. Read more
Karen was born in April 1975 and died in February 2012. Read more
Kim was a beautiful and caring girl, with a great sense of humour. Read more
In October 2015, my daughter Natalie died at the age of 31, leaving our two grandchildren aged 2 Read more
Nik started having seizures two days before her seventh birthday. Read more
On the 12th February 2011, at approximately 6:00pm, our brother Ravin J Dattani sadly passed away. He was 29 years old. Read more
On the Tuesday 30th June 2015, my life changed forever, when at 7.30 a.m. Read more
When my younger sister Rowena was 6 years old she was diagnosed with Nocturnal Epilepsy. Read more
October 2, 2007 we awoke to find that our two and a half year old son, Rylee, had passed away in the middle of the night. Read more
People do not die from epilepsy. That is what we were told when William died as a result of a seizure in 1988. Read more