Doctor and women filling out form

Medication Records

Medication schedule, especially good for multiple doses each day

Lifestyle and Safety

Read this factsheet before purchasing a seizure alert device to help you make the best decision for yourself or a loved one

Women and girls with epilepsy can use this checklist to talk with their medical team about the unique health, safety, and treatment issues they face at different stages of life.

Ways to manage bullying

Self-management Tools

Organize your health care team and their contact information

Organize your 'to do list' for epilepsy management

Keep track of questions for your team

Keep track of questions and updates for visits
This publication was developed with funding from the federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Services and Resources Administration under grant #H98MCO 3905-03-01 funded to the USC UCEDD Children's Hospital Los Angeles, through its initiative, Project Access: Improving Care for Children with Epilepsy. Support was also provided by two other partners in Project Access: The National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ), under grant #U23MC038893 and the Epilepsy Foundation, under grant # U23MC03909.

Bilingual SUDEP Resources (English & Spanish)

SUDEP Institute's "Knowledge is Power" Fact Sheet

Help finding the best care and questions to ask

Recommendations on reducing your child's risk for sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP)
Our thanks to the Child Neurology Foundation and Danny Did Foundation for collaborating with the Epilepsy Foundation SUDEP Institute to create these factsheets.

Reviewed By: 
Epilepsy Foundation Health Communications
on: 
Tuesday, May 28, 2019