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Up to a quarter of a million people in Australia live with epilepsy - a condition that severely impacts a person's quality of life, from health, safety, and independence through to employment limitations and poor mental health outcomes. Epilepsy is the second most burdensome neurological condition after dementia and is estimated to cost $12.3 billion a year in public healthcare. The AEP (Australian Epilepsy Project) aims to change this by improving the outcomes of people living with epilepsy from day 1, through a national network of AEP hubs, enabling participants access to the best diagnostic testing, alongside at-home testing. But we need your help. We are seeking volunteers for our study’s control group. Control group volunteers are vital for a research study as they provide a point of comparison for general participants and determine the efficacy of the study. Your participation in the AEP will help to shape the future landscape of epilepsy diagnoses and treatment for thousands of Australians and drive new discoveries and future applications of data for epilepsy today, and other brain health conditions, tomorrow. Find out more from the website: www.epilepsyproject.org.au or or sign up to volunteer at epilepsyproject.org.au/volunteer/