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Every year, over 150,000 Americans are diagnosed with epilepsy. In the USA alone there are 3.4 million people living with epilepsy, 1 in 3 of those diagnosed live with uncontrollable seizures because no available treatment works for them. Even those who can control their seizures live with anxiety or fear of ‘when will it happen next’. Epsy provides users a new way to log all of their essential condition-based events.
Epsy isn't just another app. It's a special, growing community, where users and healthcare professionals can find a better path to make real progress with epilepsy.
Our mission is to make each day with epilepsy brighter than the last.
Providing a solution to help improve outcomes for everyone living with epilepsy is what inspires us, but we also want to ensure that conversations between patients and doctors are the best that they can be. That’s why we love working with reporters, bloggers, and authors to help raise further epilepsy awareness and hope. If you’re interested in writing about seizure-management apps, our growing community or want to find out more about how our app helps those with epilepsy, get in touch with us at email@example.com.
"Now I'm using Epsy and it's my favorite app I've ever tried for managing my epilepsy. It helps me track side effects, take notes on side effects and seizures, count seizures, and mark medications that I’ve taken or missed. I use it daily and it's helped me be better about my medications and logging my thoughts.”
Toni-Ann, mother and carer
“I love Epsy as it’s an easy-to-use app which allows me to track patterns in Kelly-Jane’s condition; we can see the good and bad days, allowing us to make decisions on what might be best to do each day and to plan ahead.”
“The insights allow me to assess whether my medication is working, this makes it clearer as to how I can manage my condition and plan ahead. It reassures me and my Mum and allows us to better understand my condition.”