On July 14, Parent to Parent USA hosted a free learning event for people living with episodes of frequent seizures––and for their care partners. If you missed the live event, you can watch the recording here. You will:
- Learn about episodes of frequent seizures (2 or more seizures in 24 hours that are different from usual seizures) and why you should always carry an on-hand seizure rescue treatment;
- Discover the importance of having a Seizure Action Plan, how to create one, and must-have resources to help along the way;
- Get to know the only nasal spray seizure rescue for adults and children with epilepsy 6 years of age and older.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Neurelis, a neuroscience-based company dedicated to enhancing therapeutic benefits and addressing significant unmet needs in patient care.
As a parent of a child with autism, it’s actually the epilepsy diagnosis that seems to have the most impact on my family. I was eager to hear from our partners at Neurelis about a new rescue medication for frequent seizures at our recent Coffee Talk.Marsha Quinn, Co Executive Director, Parent to Parent USA