Brogran Family eJourney

By Teresa Brogran

Parent of a Child with Epilepsy

Teresa never imagined her son Tommy would be impacted by seizures – or that they would continue his entire life. As his mother, she often wonders what to do in the event he has a seizure, and she tries to be constantly ready with a plan. Having a Seizure Action Plan can help you organize your seizure information and reduce your risk for Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP).

Find steps and forms for building your seizure action plan.

Reviewed By: Sara Wyen

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