This book explains how epilepsy affects people and their families and helps the reader understand that people with epilepsy can lead normal and fulfilling lives. By following specific individuals and quotiing their experiences it gives a vivid insight into what it is like to have epilepsy. Specially commissioned photographs contribute to a superbly helpful book. In addition it supplies useful addresses and details of organizations to contact for support.
Patsy Westcott is a medical journalist and writer. She has written many books and contributes regularly to magazines and newspapers. She enjoys travelling, windsurfing and Latin American dancing.