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Seizures - which are more common in children than adults - are caused by abnormal brain functions that lead to muscle spasms, loss of consciousness or other symptoms. Anyone can have a seizure under certain circumstances, and recurrent seizures are sometimes an indication of other medical problems (epilepsy, for example). 

Watching your child have a seizure can be upsetting and frightening. Even more concerning for most parents is the chance that your child could have a seizure when you're not there. Because seizures can happen without warning, it's best to have a plan in place so you - and other caregivers - can be prepared if an episode occurs.

Get a Free Pack of Seizure Safety Cards

Use these safety cards to help your child's teachers, coaches, babysitters, relatives and others know what to do in case of a seizure. Fill out the form here and we will mail a 5-pack of safety cards to an address provided. 

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