Come and join us at our very first Classical Masquerade Ball!

We have great pleasure in inviting you to our first annual masked classical
ball at the Holiday Inn, Brighouse on Saturday the 21st of March, an event focused on unmasking the limits to epilepsy care.

Masquerade ball

The Foundation supports young adults living with epilepsy including
their families, friends and carers. There are three epilepsy related deaths
a day significantly within the age range we support. Our aims include
raising awareness of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP)
and to save lives.

Tickets are available individually (£45) or the option to book a table of
ten people at a discounted price (£405). Ticket price includes:

  • Prosecco reception
  • Three course meal including wine
  • Live orchestral music
  • Auction
  • Prize for best Masque
  • Raffle

With your support we hope to continue in offering much needed
emotional and practical support.

Announcing PDF Week! 3rd to 10th July

Welcome to our very first PDF Week!

Celebrating Peter’s birthday week while raising awareness and hopefully much needed funds to support our amazing young adults living with epilepsy and their family, friends and carers.

From all of us here at the Peter Doody Foundation we really hope you join us in some of our fun, exciting and informative daily events if not all!

Thank you once more for all your support 💜

Saturday 3rd July

Sunday 4th July

Click here to join the event!

Monday 5th July

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4C-R52Ffy4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olArThAgUd8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA-Bikjbka4

Click here to join the event!

Tuesday 6th July

Wednesday 7th July

You can click here to reserve your place (please make sure you provide your email address so we can send you the Zoom link).

Thursday 8th July

Friday 9th July

Saturday 24th July

WHAT WE ACHIEVED THIS MONTH

March 2021

We are proud to report that as a result of our meetings with Judith Cummings, (MP for Bradford South), Bradford District and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group are now using the ‘Right Care Toolkit’ devised by SUDEP Action, to guide their discussions and support their commissioning decisions regarding epilepsy.

Furthermore, the CCG’s Chief Officer, Helen Hirst, has also shared the above information with their providers of epilepsy care which include Airedale NHS Foundation Trust; Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Ridge Medical Practice, so that they can share this with the people who use their services.

This alone will potentially save lives and prevent unnecessary deaths to SUDEP.