There has been an increase in activities across the organisation which is great to see.
The National Assistance Card is a personalised card to assist people with disability and health conditions in the community. It helps cardholders communicate their unique areas of difficulty and the assistance they may need.
Epilepsy Tasmania and the National Assistance Card Service are conducting a short survey to determine the level of interest in the National Assistance Card by people living with epilepsy in Tasmania. Here’s the link to do the survey surveymonkey.com/r/epilepsy_EOI_NationalAssistanceCard
You can also visit nationalassistancecard.com.au for more information about the National Assistance Card.
Finally, please consider the Walk for Epilepsy during October and register to walk, run, swim or ride.
As always, get in touch if you would like to discuss anything.
Wendy Groot, CEO Epilepsy Tasmania.
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