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Take epilepsy action campaign Epilepsy Action

01/26/2015
12:26 | Author: Chloe Allen

Epilepsy action first aid
Take epilepsy action campaign Epilepsy Action

ACTION - First aid for tonic-clonic seizures. The person goes stiff, loses consciousness, falls to the floor and begins to jerk or convulse.

Alternatively, can you l us who is responsible for human resources and employee welfare within your organisation? We will then try to speak to them about our campaign and offer them an opportunity to get involved.

Simply or call us on 0113 210 8889. If you can’t get to one of these cities, contact us to find out how you can support the campaign in your local area. To find out more about how you can get involved, contact the PR and campaigns team.

Take epilepsy action is a national campaign to raise awareness among the general public of different kinds of seizures and appropriate first aid.

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10 first aid steps when someone has a convulsive seizure Epilepsy

01/26/2015
02:12 | Author: Chloe Allen

Epilepsy action first aid
10 first aid steps when someone has a convulsive seizure Epilepsy

What to do when someone has a seizure where they shake or jerk (a convulsive seizure). This is intended as a quick first aid guide when someone is having a.

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This is intended as a quick first aid guide when someone is having a convulsive (tonic clonic or clonic) seizure. For more detail please see first aid for all seizure types. What to do when someone has a seizure where they shake or jerk (a convulsive seizure).

Download it now. It is available on both iPhone and Android phones. Our free smartphone app contains first aid information including when to dial 999 and how to put someone in the recovery position.

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Usually, once the convulsions have stopped, the person recovers and their breathing goes back to normal. Although it can be frightening to see, this type of seizure is not usually a medical emergency.

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If they are injured, or they have another seizure without recovering fully from the first seizure, call for an ambulance.

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Seizure First Aid Epilepsy Foundation

01/26/2015
04:18 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Seizure First Aid Epilepsy Foundation

Use this section to learn what to do and how to give seizure first aid to someone having a seizure. Then develop a Seizure Response Plan which will help others.

It is critical that you and anyone who may be with you during a seizure know what to do and how to give these treatments correctly and safely. Reading what to do is not the same as learning how to do it. Make sure you practice seizure first aid by developing 'seizure drills' for you and your family.

Then develop a Seizure Response Plan which will help others follow these same steps. Use this section to learn what to do and how to give seizure first aid to someone having a seizure.

Nothing is more difficult than feeling helpless when a seizure occurs. These are the two most common questions for people living with epilepsy. This section will help you be prepared to respond to seizures safely and appropriay.

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Seizure First Aid - Epilepsy Australia, Epilepsy First Aid, Seizures

01/26/2015
06:44 | Author: Allison King

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Seizure First Aid - Epilepsy Australia, Epilepsy First Aid, Seizures

It is not uncommon when witnessing a seizure, especially for the first time, to feel the physical signs of seizures and knowing the appropriate first aid response.

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However, by recognizing the physical signs of seizures and knowing the appropriate first aid response, and above all, staying calm, you can help.

It is not uncommon when witnessing a seizure, especially for the first time, to feel frightened and helpless.

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The most common seizure types are described here along with the recommended first aid response. What you do depends on the type of seizure the person is having.

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Seizures can occur at any time and any place, and can be especially tricky to manage if they occur in water or in a confined space such as a wheelchair, seated on a bus, train or tram, or strapped in a stroller or pram.

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Course in Epilepsy Management (10307NAT) Australian Red Cross

01/26/2015
02:10 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Course in Epilepsy Management (10307NAT) Australian Red Cross

In partnership Epilepsy Action Australia in partnership with Red Cross Training Services runs this accredited first aid oriented Course in Epilepsy Management.

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Please note Book online. Book now into the Course in Epilepsy Management (10307NAT) online through the Epilepsy Action Australia Online Academy.

In partnership Epilepsy Action Australia in partnership with Red Cross Training Services runs this accredited first aid oriented Course in Epilepsy Management (10307NAT).

Through the Epilepsy Action Australia Online Academy information and training is provided to suppor the professional development of teachers and support staff, General Practitioners, nurses and allied health professionals, aged care and disability professional carers.

Epilepsy Action Australia has developed into the largest provider of specialist epilepsy services in the community for people with epilepsy and other seizure disorders, their carers, families and the broader community.

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