DareTo Say SUDEP Infographic

The #DareTo Say SUDEP infographic provides SUDEP facts, information on who is at risk for SUDEP and how to reduce that risk.  It also offers a list of questions to ask medical providers about SUDEP.

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Managing Epilepsy & Seizures Infographic

Learn new information, gain new skills, and improve your confidence to better control your epilepsy and seizures. This infographic provides facts about epilepsy as well as tools to help keep you safe.

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Making Sense of SUDEP Brochures

The Epilepsy Foundation has partnered with the Making Sense of SUDEP Campaign, led by SUDEP Aware, to make the following brochures available for free download in English and Spanish.

We encourage you to share the brochures to help talk about SUDEP with your family, friends, co-workers, nurses and doctors.

We also invite you to sign up for the Making Sense of SUDEP Campaign newsletter to find out about new resources and information as it becomes available.

Visit the online store to order or click on the PDF to download the following brochures:

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SUDEP: Continuing the Global Conversation Online Book



This downloadable publication, from an editorial partnership between Epilepsy Australia, SUDEP Action, and SUDEP Aware, blends the stories of families whose lives have been  impacted by SUDEP with articles from leading SUDEP authors in the medical, legal and health professional fields from around the globe.

Hard copies are being distributed throughout North America by campaign partners and are still available, while stocks last, from your local Epilepsy Foundation.

Authored by: Cyndi Wright | Patricia O. Shafer, RN, MN | Joseph I. Sirven, MD on 8/2013
Reviewed by: Joseph I. Sirven, MD | Patricia O. Shafer, RN, MN on 4/2015
Be a part of the $1 Million SUDEP Solution
Accept the Challenge

The Epilepsy Foundation SUDEP Institute is awarding more than $1 million for a series of at least three prize challenge competitions that work to build awareness for, predict and prevent SUDEP.  Learn more about the challenge series and register for the current challenge.