North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has called for the Welsh Government to provide the necessary treatments and levels of care for children with epilepsy in Wales, as outlined in the NICE guidelines.
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Hosting and speaking at today’s Epilepsy Wales ‘Epilepsy Aware’ Event in the Assembly, ‘Supporting People with Epilepsy in Wales’, North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood said that “the implications of living with epilepsy are far reaching for the individual and for the family” and called for