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Education

people will develop epilepsy in their lifetime

1  26

in

85 cents

of every dollar donated
directly supports vital programs and services to improve and save lives

Over

174,000

children, adults, and veterans will live with epilepsy and seizures throughout Kentuckiana

Epilepsy by the Numbers

What Is Epilepsy?

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Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder in the world. If you have epilepsy, surges of electrical activity in your brain can cause recurring seizures.

First Aid & Safety

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Safety is a big concern when it comes to seizures. Use these resources to help you create a safety and preparedness plan so you and those around you are ready in the event of a seizure.

Tracking & Managing Seizures

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There is no, one-size-fits-all method for tracking seizures. However, there are some resources that can assist you in keeping track and managing your seizures, with the hope of lessening them.

Lifestyle & Independent Living

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Managing epilepsy is more than just managing seizures. Explore resources that might assist you in improve your life and your ability to live independently.

Safety & Preparedness

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Safety is a big concern when it comes to seizures. Use these resources to help you create a safety and preparedness plan so you and those around you are ready in the event of a seizure.

Parents & Caregivers

Homework Help

Caregivers experience stress surrounding epilepsy too. When the individual you care for is a child, your concerns become even higher. Explore these resources to help calm your anxiety.

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