Jade Dolby was diagnosed with epilepsy two years ago, speaking to Daybreak she said having the condition affects her independence.
Being unable to drive, she lost her job, and after going back to University she found that her seizures affected her work, making it hard to keep up.
A new study out today, has shown that most people would have no idea what to do if they came across someone having an epileptic seizure.
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