The Epilepsy Society is the working name of The National Society for Epilepsy which is the largest medical charity for the care and treatment of people with epilepsy. They have a telephone help line on +44 (0)1494601400 from overseas or 01494 601400 in the UK
Epilepsy Research UK is a British medical research charity dedicated to curing epilepsy. In March 2007, the Epilepsy Research Foundation merged with the Fund for Epilepsy to become Epilepsy Research UK. ERUK is the only national organisation exclusively dedicated to funding research into all areas of epilepsy.
Sturge Weber UK is a voluntary support group for families and adults affected by Sturge Weber syndrome, a rare neurological disorder
SUDEP Action formerly Epilepsy Bereaved which was formed in the early 1990s to provide information about S.U.D.E.P (Sudden unexpected death from epilepsy) which is responsible for about one thousand fatalities each year. They give help and support to the bereaved and campaign to ensure that the extent of the problem is understood at all levels of government
Epilepsy Scotland is one of the main epilepsy charities in Scotland and maintains a help line on 0141 427 5225
The International Bureau for Epilepsy has members in many countries and offices in Heemstede in the Netherlands andDublin in the Republic of Ireland. The bureau publish information and arrange conferences in many parts of the world at which delegates can learn about epilepsy treatment and social issues.They also publish various information including a useful travel bppklet which can be downloaded here