The items allowed to be claimed when expended by people suffering from epilepsy are:
1. Helmets (protective gear) ?%u20AC%u201C used by people with epilepsy to prevent injury, especially head injuries during seizures. 2. Specialised anti-glare screens ?%u20AC%u201C for televisions and computers used by a person with photosensitive epilepsy to minimise exposure to seizures. 3.Air conditioner, heater, fan, air filter, cleaner, or purifier and environment control system (computerised or electronic) to prevent hypothermia or hyperthermia for a person with spinal cord injury or as required by a person with epilepsy.
Of course these are examples, but yes epilepsy would qualify as a disabilty if diagnosed by a registered medical professional.
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