Below is a list of our educational resource materials. If you require more information, or would like to request a physical copy of these guides, please contact us.
Resource Binder A resource manual for individuals with epilepsy, their families and those who support them
Epilepsy Overview – For anyone wanting to learn about epilepsy, this booklet is a good place to start. It briefly describes what epilepsy is, what seizures are, how epilepsy is treated, and features many commonly asked questions.
Living with Epilepsy – This booklet gives more in-depth descriptions of the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy. It provides helpful information on medication management, and how epilepsy may affect daily life, work and recreation.
Guide for Parents – This booklet aimed specifically at parents explains some of the epilepsy syndromes that may affect children. It also gives advice on medication management, other treatments, and ways that parents can help a child at home and at school.
Teens with Epilepsy – In addition to basic information included in the above booklets, this booklet includes information of particular interest to teens and young adults, such as driving, sports, work, social life and sexual relations.
Women and Epilepsy – This resource guide is specific to women and epilepsy and covers areas such as pregnancy, birth control, parenting, relationships, puberty and menopause.
Seniors and Epilepsy – Epilepsy can affect people at any age with seniors experiencing a rise in the numbers of people being diagnosed and living with epilepsy. This resource guide is designed specifically for the senior and explores such topics as causes, diagnosis and emotional well-being.
Guide for Teachers – As a teacher you play a critical role in the social, emotional and educational development of your students. Responding to seizures in a calm and safe manner will make all the difference in your classroom.
Guide for Professionals and Caregivers – Are you a professional or caregiver to someone living with epilepsy? This resource guide provides an overview of the following areas ensuring safety, promoting well-being, working with the health team, supporting the person in the community and recording and monitoring seizures.
Safety and Epilepsy – Want to know more about how to be safe while living with epilepsy then check out this resource that covers topics such as safety at home, work, travelling and sports.
Seizures and First Aid – A must have for any person who would like to provide the correct seizure response. This easy to use resource folds out into a poster size document.