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Get Help Epilepsy Foundation

9/17/2014
04:13 | Author: Molly Young

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Get Help Epilepsy Foundation

Epilepsy Foundation. ADVERTISEMENT. Profile · Sign Out. Sign In. YOU Make the Difference! Tips and tools for helping manage seizures. Learn More.

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Services and Support Epilepsy Foundation

7/16/2014
02:14 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Services and Support Epilepsy Foundation

Epilepsy Foundation. Health Coverage contains information to help you understand your health plan's policies or get health care coverage. Transportation.

Many programs and services are available and implemented through our network of affiliates and are often tailored to the communities they serve. Other services are offered from the national office, such as national policy and legal advocacy efforts, research, public awareness and outreach, and training programs for selected health care professionals and community caregivers.

For more information, please look around this section of the website, call the national office 24/7 at, or contact your local Epilepsy Foundation affiliate.

The Epilepsy Foundation provides a range of educational opportunities, programs and services for people living with epilepsy, families, and friends.

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Helping a Person During a Seizure-Topic Overview - WebMD

5/15/2014
12:21 | Author: Nicholas Clark

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Helping a Person During a Seizure-Topic Overview - WebMD

An epileptic seizure or convulsion can be terrifying. A seizure temporarily interferes with muscle control, movement, speech, vision.

It may cause a person's entire body to shake violently for a few seconds to a few minutes, and he or she may lose consciousness. A seizure temporarily interferes with muscle control, movement, speech, vision, or awareness. A seizure can be terrifying to watch, especially if you've never seen one before.

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If you see someone who is having a seizure, stay calm.

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Wiki Guide on How to Help Someone Who Is Having a Seizure

3/14/2014
02:08 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Wiki Guide on How to Help Someone Who Is Having a Seizure

If you are concerned for the person's safety and feel unable to help the person doesn't have a MedicAlert necklace or bracelet that says "epilepsy" or "seizure".

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Español: Cómo ayudar a alguien con una convulsión , Italiano: Come Aiutare Qualcuno Che Ha una Crisi Epilettica , Português: Como Ajudar Alguém que está Tendo uma Convulsão.

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Networking Helps People with Epilepsy Avoid Depression

1/13/2014
04:25 | Author: Molly Young

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Networking Helps People with Epilepsy Avoid Depression

To help people with epilepsy control their disorder and its effects on their life, four of the CDC's Prevention Research Centers (PRCs) are working together as the.

Until more types of support are tested and made available, Mr. The information he keeps can help his doctors track his drug regimen, and a neurologist can interpret how his seizures change over time and suggest which treatments could be most successful. Wolske says he has found that keeping detailed records of his seizures, test results, and medications helps him feel in control.

“Every chronic condition is unique,” she says, “but there are some common challenges and problems people have to overcome, regardless of the illness.”

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It’s a large stressor.

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