Individuals who understand their seizures are less likely to depend on the Emergency hospital room as a principal source of support.  They’re more likely to gain control of their seizures, be more connected with their community, and to live well with the disease. They are also less likely to suffer from SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy), as the only SUDEP prevention is to have as few seizures as possible. 

Upon entering our agency, we’ll provide individuals and their family with a tailored 1:1 Information Session on epilepsy, their type(s) of seizure, seizure first aid, and more. 

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