Summer is a unique time in a child’s life – a time to relax, make friends, and just have fun! It’s a time of adventure and trying new opportunities. For families living with epilepsy, it makes sense to prepare for this special time in advance. In addition to working through the camp sections, work on Treating Seizures and Responding to Seizures – with new therapies coming along, you’ll want camp staff to be aware and ready so issues are anticipated and injuries prevented! 

Authored by: Steven C. Schachter | MD | Patricia O. Shafer | RN | MN
Reviewed by: Patricia O. Shafer | RN | MN | Joseph I. Sirven MD on 5/2014
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