Seizure First Aid and Recognition
Knowing how to recognize a seizure and provide seizure first aid could save a life. Explore trainings and resources to be prepared.
Seizure First Aid Training and Certification
Basic seizure first aid for all seizure types can help keep someone safe. Our trainings teach you about both epilepsy and seizures. Learn how to recognize signs of a seizure, how to use basic first aid steps and when emergency medical help is necessary.Get Seizure First Aid certified
Adapting First Aid Plans
Different types of seizures call for different types of care. You should prepare to change your first aid plan for seizures with or without a change in awareness, and seizures with a loss of consciousness.Learn how to adapt first aid plans
Seizure Rescue Medications
When someone needs more than general first aid, learn the steps to help stop or shorten a seizure or prevent an emergency. This may involve giving a rescue treatment that their healthcare team recommends.Learn more about seizure rescue medications
Getting Emergency Help
You don’t need to call an ambulance for every seizure. But you should know how to recognize a life-threatening seizure or problems after the seizure.Learn when to call for emergency help
Help After a Seizure
Once a seizure ends, you should stay with the person until you’re sure they’re okay. Understand what questions you should ask, what to look for in their behavior, and how to tell them what happened.Learn how to provide help after a seizure
Seizure First Aid Resources
First aid videos and posters you can share to help others learn about seizure first aid.
Seizure Action Plans
A form that helps family, teachers, and others know what to do during a seizure.
Seizure Medication List
In-depth information on epilepsy medications to help you choose the right one.
Seizure Tracking Forms
A catalogue of seizure tracking forms, questionnaires for parents, and camp forms.
My Seizure Diary
My Seizure Diary helps you record, track, and manage your seizures and epilepsy.