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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. 

The team of neurologists and neurosurgeons at Boys Town is the largest in the region. Our providers and specialty physicians care for the whole child, from medical diagnosis and treatment to wrap-around services that address physiological, social, emotional and co-occurring conditions. 

To reach more children and families across the state and our neighboring communities, patients can now meet with their neurology specialists online. Virtual visits offer a new, convenient way for out-of-town patients to attend their follow up visits, medication checks and more. 

A mother's instinct leads to life-saving neurology care.

Brently's personality shines through thanks to the doctors at Boys Town. 

Find life-changing specialty care, right here.

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When you learn your child has a life-changing medical problem, we're right here to help. Boys Town National Research Hospital provides the nationally recognized care your child needs close to home. 

We're home to the region's leading doctors offering specialized care for children with complex medical problems.

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