Support line: +44 (0)1653 699599
Professor Tom Solomon, the President of the Encephalitis Society, looks back at his 21 year involvement with the charity Read more
The winter newsletter of the Encephalitis Society is now available to read Read more
The Encephalitis Society has appointed a President Emeritus, President and new chair and vice chair of the Scientific Advisory Panel Read more
Join over 2,000 challengers on the 2020 London Winter Walk on Sunday, January 19 Read more
Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain caused by an infection or through the immune system attacking the brain in error.
WATCH - When Clair woke up in hospital after falling ill with encephalitis, she had no idea that the people by her bedside were her parents. Her dad, Mark, tells her story.
Rehabilitation is a practical approach using the strengths of the person to develop coping abilities and an educational process which helps the individual develop adaptive strategies for coping.
Encephalitis in Adults. A guide explains the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and after-effects of the illness and provides guidelines for recovery and rehabilitation.
The e-learning programme aims to improve the knowledge about encephalitis and its consequences to parents/guardians and their children. It also provides advice and practical strategies in order to develop copings skills and enhance their recovery.
People are affected by encephalitis globally each year
of people across the world do not know what encephalitis is
People reached during our 2019 World Encephalitis Day campaign
How caring for a three-year-old boy led Dr Anusha Yeshokumar to a career researching autoimmune neurology at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. Read more
Researchers have investigated the effects of immunotherapy and antiepileptic drugs on seizures in autoimmune encephalitis Read more
September 12/13, 2020 Read more
4/5 July, 2020 Read more