Receiving person-centred care, advocating on behalf of yourself and being aware of your rights are important for ensuring that you are heard, able to make appropriate decisions and access support and community activities. 

This section explores person-centred care, self-advocacy, the rights of people living with a disability or chronic condition, and the importance of community inclusion.

Whether you are a person living with epilepsy, care for someone who does, or are an interested community member, we hope that you find this information useful.

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