We are happy to talk to organisations of all kinds about their response to epilepsy and memory problems, even though this may not be their primary mission. This engagement might take the form of the delivery of a workshop or Q&A session with a group of staff or carers, or a one-to –one consultation with the relevant manager. We are flexible in the way consultation is delivered. We believe that the most important thing is that people affected by epilepsy and/or memory deficit received support informed by the widest range of knowledge and experience.
Similarly, we can offer a detached perspective that is not always possible for frontline staff and their managers. The issue of how to provide intensive support to young people who are homeless, without fostering dependency is a difficult one and requires services to be kept under continuous critical scrutiny. We can help with this!