Driving and Epilepsy

Driving requires a complex array of neurological functions and skills that involve vision, thinking, attention and judgement, co-ordination, reaction time and motor control. Any of these can be impaired by epilepsy and seizures. People who drive vehicles may present safety concerns for themselves, their passengers and the public. Despite having epilepsy, many people are still able to drive and hold a driver’s licence, but conditions … Continue reading Driving and Epilepsy