For many years I have travelled to London from Godalming Station and seen over the fence the site of the Meath Epilepsy Charity. Today I visited the charity and witnessed first hand the personal care they are providing to the 80 residents whose home is Meath. The charity provides a pathway of care and support for people with complex epilepsy, additional learning and physical disabilities. Meath focuses on the individual first and helps them overcome some of the incredibly difficult challenges they face every day. I saw this for myself and many of the very innovative initiatives they are introducing. Meath deservedly has a great reputation but perhaps needs to raise its local profile as well as improve the public understanding of what epilepsy is and how it can affect anyone at any age and from every walk of life. A charity that truly serves supporting.