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You are invited to family fun days in Liverpool, Oxford and London to meet some of our favourite scientists, learn about the brain and get your hands dirty with some experiments! Read more
We have a vacancy for a Volunteer Development Coordinator. Deadline for applications is the 23rd of April. Read more
Global experts in encephalitis are invited to London on December 2 for the 2019 Encephalitis Conference. Early bird booking rates available.
Highlights from World Encephalitis Day 2019, including photographs, articles, blogs, radio and television interviews and podcasts. Read more
Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain caused by an infection or through the immune system attacking the brain in error.
As part of our My Brain and Me project, Jenny talks about her experience of Anti-NMDA encephalitis.
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
A £147,500 National Lottery Community Fund grant will fund a three-year project helping families affected by encephalitis Read more
Celebrating 25 years with a 25 mile challenge! Read more
September 7/8, 2019 Read more
13/14 July, 2019 Read more
We have places available in the Grimsby 10k on July 21, 2019 Read more