Seizure Preparedness and Safety
Be prepared for seizures before they happen. Explore resources to learn about seizure safety and develop a safety plan.
Schools and Seizure Preparedness
Less than 20% of health education teachers receive epilepsy training. If you’re a school administrator, it’s critical that your personnel know what epilepsy is, how to recognize seizures, and how to provide Seizure First Aid.Learn about the importance of seizure preparedness in schools
Seizure Action Plans
A Seizure Action Plan is a form that your family can use to write down what to do when your family member has a seizure. Having a plan can help you organize your seizure information and have it available when and where you need it.Learn how to create your own Seizure Action Plan
Set aside time for a seizure drill - a time when you can practice what each person will do if a seizure occurs. Using these drills will help you feel more prepared and able to help when a seizure happens.Learn more about seizure drills
School Seizure Action Plan
A form that helps family, teachers, and others know what to do during a seizure.
My Seizure Diary
My Seizure Diary helps you record, track, and manage your seizures and epilepsy.
Seizure First Aid Resources
First aid videos and posters you can share to help others learn about seizure first aid.
Wellness Support Toolkit
Explore how we define wellness and the choices that lead to a fulfilling life.