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London was calling for My Brain: My Family - our family fun and resilience day - at London Fire Brigade Museum, Lambeth Read more
University College London needs UK-based patients affected by Rasmussen's Encephalitis to help with a groundbreaking project Read more
The Encephalitis Society has earned FOUR award nominations for its work around World Encephalitis Day and for the dedication of both Chief Executive Dr Ava Easton and Ambassador Rebecca Adlington Read more
Join us in Edinburgh for a special opportunity to hear and share the real-life stories of encephalitis. Read more
Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain caused by an infection or through the immune system attacking the brain in error.
This booklet provides key information about the type of issues that
people may have after encephalitis, why rehabilitation/support from
professionals and families are important and what options for
self-help are available.
The Encephalitis in children. A guide follows the child and their family's journey from hospital ward to rehabilitation settings, school and home, hoping to direct them through the maze of health care, education and social care.
This Guide aims to support GPs by providing evidence-based and up-to-date information to help with recognising and managing the acute symptoms and after-effects of encephalitis and acquired brain injury.
People are affected by encephalitis globally each year
of people across the world do not know what encephalitis is
People reached during our 2018 World Encephalitis Day campaign
Julia Clark, the Encephalitis Society's Director of Income Generation, has been named one of the 25 most influential fundraisers in the UK Read more
September 8/9, 2018 Read more
August 11/12, 2018 Read more
Are you a superhero or a super villain? Now is your chance to finally choose a side at a paintball weekend in support of the Encephalitis Society on September 21/23. Read more