Rethinking Seizure Care Blog

Seizures are Responsible for a Range of Injuries and Dangers

We know that seizures have the potential to be very problematic for anyone who suffers from them. They can cause problems with a person’s relationship, family, work and their ...

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What Does It Mean When Someone Is Frothing at the Mouth?

When you see someone frothing at the mouth, it is important to realize that this is not a common occurrence, and it is typically going to mean that the person is suffering from a ...

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How to Respond When a Friend Has a Seizure

Do you have a friend or a loved one who suffers from seizures? Even if you may not know anyone who currently suffers, you may meet someone who has epilepsy. Three million adults, ...

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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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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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What to Do When Someone Has a Seizure - What to Watch For

When a someone has a seizure, they need your help to be kept safe. They also need a set of eyes to watch and take note of what happened. Do you know what to do when someone has a ...

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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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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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Epilepsy and Flying: Is It Safe for Me to Fly if I Have Seizures?

Seizure safety is important for anyone who suffers from them. One of the most common questions a patient has when learning about their epilepsy is whether they will be able to fly ...

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Seizure Safety: What Flight Attendants Need to Know

The main responsibilities of a flight attendant are to keep the passengers safe and comfortable. It is very important that flight attendants understand basic seizure safety, in ...

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