There is no one-size-fits-all for managing seizures. Discover resources that help you properly manage, track, and lessen the chance of a seizure.
Seizure tracking is when you write down what happens during a seizure and when you have it. This information is very useful for your healthcare team. It can help diagnose seizures, choose epilepsy treatments, and manage side effects.Learn how to properly track seizures
Once you start tracking your seizures, you may find that your seizures occur in a pattern or in certain situations. Avoiding these patterns can help lessen the chance that a seizure may happen.Learn about seizure triggers and how to manage them
Working with Your Healthcare Team
Communication with your doctor goes both ways. You want answers, but your doctor and healthcare team need information from you too. It’s important to know what information you should share with your doctor.Learn about working with your healthcare team
Responding to Seizure Emergencies
Seizure emergencies are when seizures last longer than normal or happen close together. While you can treat many seizures with medicines, it’s possible for seizure emergencies to develop. These situations require more help from doctors or caregivers than typical seizures.Learn how to respond to seizure emergencies
My Seizure Diary
My Seizure Diary helps you record, track, and manage your seizures and epilepsy.
A catalogue of seizure tracking forms, questionnaires for parents, and camp forms.
Lifestyle and Communication Toolkit
A list of self-management tools, SUDEP resources, and lifestyle and safety resources.
Wellness Support Toolkit
Explore how we define wellness and the choices that lead to a fulfilling life.
Seizure Medication List
In-depth information on epilepsy medications to help you choose the right one.
Webinar: Know Your Epilepsy
A 1-hour video on the basics of seizure diagnosis, treatment, and management.