Living with epilepsy means learning about the condition, getting support from others, being prepared for seizures and making your environment as safe as possible.
Here are some suggestions to help make your home safer for someone with epilepsy.
What is the best first aid for a seizure? Here are some tips if you or someone you love has epilepsy.
Driving with epilepsy means balancing the need for independence against the need for safety.
Tips to help your child deal with their feelings about having epilepsy, take their medications correctly, and keep them safe.
Kids who have seizures need to meet the same expectations as your other children. Here are suggestions for dealing with behavioral challenges at home.
The best way to prevent misunderstandings about epilepsy at school is to step in early.
Most kids with epilepsy can do just about anything, including sports. Learn what precautions you should take.
Meet others who live with epilepsy and get answers to your questions on WebMD's message board.
Learn more about epilepsy at the Epilepsy Foundation's website.
The Child Neurology Foundation’s goal is to help children affected by neurologic disorders reach their full potential.
Get more information about neurological disorders from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke website.