Grants Available

Epilepsy Lifestyle provides grants to assist epilepsy patients and their families, across the United Kingdom, with the issues surrounding safe sleep. Beneficiaries can apply to us for their choice of monitor/sleeping solution from the following options:

Emfit Epilepsy Alarm

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SpectrO2 30 Pulse Oximeter Machine

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Motorola MBP36S Digital Video Monitor

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Breathe-ZY Anti-Suffocation Pillow

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Applicants will need to:

  1. Provide evidence of entitlement to Child Tax Credits or Income Support.
  2. Provide a copy of a letter confirming their epilepsy diagnosis or the epilepsy diagnosis of the child they are applying on behalf of.

Please note beneficiaries are limited to just one monitor/sleeping solution and the team at Epilepsy Lifestyle will work with you and our suppliers to ensure the correct form of monitor/solution is granted.

To read more about the monitors/sleeping solutions we offer please click here to download our information sheet.

To apply click here to download the application form, which you will need to print, fill in and post to us with your proof of entitlement to Child Tax Credits or Income Support, along with the proof of diagnosis letter. Alternatively get in touch via email and we will post you out a form or you can fill in the online form and submit to us. Once we have received your form someone from the Epilepsy Lifestyle team will be in touch to discuss your application.

The Epilepsy Lifestyle monitoring/sleeping solution grant programme is a rolling programme and applications are welcomed at any time.

Please note: The Monitoring Systems are provided by Epilepsy Lifestyle to assist the User in their management or the management of the Patient and to help minimise risk. No warranty is given by Epilepsy Lifestyle as to the accuracy of the Monitoring Systems and Epilepsy Lifestyle accept no liability for any consequences of reliance on the Monitoring Systems or of any actions taken by the Patient or any medical practitioner in reliance on the Monitoring Systems. The Monitoring Systems should not be used as a replacement for observation of clinical signs.