Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by recurrent, unprovoked seizures, affecting people of all ages. It can result from various causes, including brain injuries, genetic factors, or infections.
On 17th November 2023, the Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People marked World Epilepsy Day with a series of insightful and impactful events. The day served as an opportunity to raise awareness about epilepsy, dispel myths surrounding the condition, and promote inclusivity for those affected.
World Epilepsy Day at the Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People was a testament to the commitment to inclusivity and education. By fostering understanding and support, the institute took a significant step towards building a more empathetic and inclusive community for those living with epilepsy.