Health Survey 2024

Health care of people living with epilepsy in Western Australia

We want to fully understand the experience of people living with epilepsy in Western Australia (WA) and the health care they need and are receiving.

This survey is a joint project of Epilepsy WA and Tuberous Sclerosis Australia (TSA). We encourage you to share your experience and thoughts, we are aiming to achieve the most comprehensive epilepsy survey of the WA community to ever take place. We will share our findings with clinicians and government to help positively drive change in areas where it is needed. Responses will be confidential. They will be collated and communicated in a summary form that does not identify individuals.

Participation in this survey is entirely voluntary.

Please answer the questions from the perspective of the person with epilepsy. This could be you, or your child or family member. “Child” can be of any age.

Please complete a different form for each person with epilepsy in your family.

Most of the questions only need you to select one or more of the possible answers. As you finish each section, please click on “Next” to go to the following section. If the question isn’t relevant for your situation, just go on to the next question. The survey should only take 15 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions about the survey, would prefer to do it verbally, or would like to receive a paper version, please contact Epilepsy WA’s office on 1300 660 880 or 08 6556 6455.

At the end of the survey you can opt to provide your name and contact details if you are prepared to be contacted about your responses and be involved in positively driving change for people in WA living with epilepsy. This is optional.

If this survey or reflecting on your experiences causes any distress, please contact Epilepsy WA on 1300 660 880 or 08 6556 6455, or Lifeline 13 11 14.

Thank you for taking the time to participate in this important project.


Important Message: The information contained within this website is not intended to take the place of individual medical advice. Do not make changes to treatment or medications without first discussing with your treating clinician.


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