Travel Insurance for Epilepsy Sufferers

Join this group to give something back to an epilepsy charity by buying travel insurance

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More than 50 million people in the world are affected by epilepsy, with more than 600,000 in the UK. The condition can be controlled by medication, but over 30% of people remain unable to control their seizures, even with the help of medication.

The unpredictable nature of epilepsy makes it all the more difficult for people to get cheap travel insurance.

We believe the insurance industry should be doing more to support people with epilepsy, which is why we've negotiated a deal with a specialist and competitive insurer that will give something back in the form a donation to an epilepsy charity.

Our partner offers travel cover for epilepsy and other pre-existing medical conditions and it has agreed to donate 15% of the premium of every policy bought by our members to epilepsy Sudep Action.

By joining this group, you can come together with other people with epilepsy in the UK to give something back and demand a fairer deal from the insurance industry. Join this group and click on our current offer to find out more about the deal.

Even if you don't have epilepsy you can get a standard travel policy through this group that will include the donation, so you'll be supporting others with arthritis.

Ronny Lavie By Ronny Lavie

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