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Is Your School Prepared to Help Students with Epilepsy Succeed?

How can a school determine whether it is prepared to meet the health and safety challenges of students with epilepsy? School—it can be a challenge for any child. If your child is ...

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Topics: Epilepsy in Infants & Children, Seizure Safety

Why You Should Create a Seizure Action Plan for Your Child's School

You want your child to be safe, happy, and as healthy as possible. You also want to make sure your child gets the best possible education. Federal and state law ensures that ...

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Topics: Epilepsy in Infants & Children, Seizure Safety

How Can You Minimize the Risk of SUDEP?

Living with epilepsy of any kind may bring serious effects to one’s health and quality of life. Epilepsy makes simple day-to-day tasks and turns them into potential risks. On top ...

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Topics: SUDEP, Seizure Safety, Seizure Management

Seizure Response Dogs: Paws with a Cause

People who suffer from uncontrollable seizures do not always know when the next seizure will occur, and they may not always notice the triggers or signs that could let them know a ...

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Topics: Seizure Safety, Seizure Management

Epilepsy and Memory Loss

If you or a loved one is suffering from epilepsy, you may have noticed bouts of memory loss. While it is a common problem associated with those living with epilepsy, there are a ...

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Topics: Seizure Symptoms, Seizure Safety

How Does an Epilepsy Nurse Help Seizure Patients?

Epilepsy is a serious condition that occurs because of abnormal neural activity. The causes of the disease can vary, as can the severity and many of the symptoms that people ...

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Topics: Epilepsy and Pregnancy, Seizure Safety, Seizure Management

What Police Need to Know About Recognizing Seizure Behavior

When it comes to tough jobs, police officers are certainly high up on the list. As first responders to an emergency, members of law enforcement have the difficult task of ...

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Topics: Seizure Safety

First Responders: What EMTs Should Know About Treating Seizures

Emergency medical technicians, or EMTs, are often the first responders to a medical related emergency. In fact, seizures are one of the most common calls an EMT gets while on the ...

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Topics: Causes of Seizures, Seizure Safety

How to Travel with Your Anti-Seizure Medications

If you are preparing to take a trip, there is no need to let your epilepsy slow you down for a minute. You must be sure to take your anti-seizure medications with you. It is ...

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Topics: Seizure Safety, Anti seizure medications

College-Bound? Coping with Epilepsy to Get the Most Out of School

Are you getting ready for college? It is one of the most exciting times in a person’s life. You get to be on your own more than you ever have before. You get to go to new places ...

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Topics: Seizure Safety, Seizure Management

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