Seizures Can Happen
Anywhere and At Anytime...

would YOU know what to do?

Knowing how to recognize a seizure and provide seizure first aid could save a life.

Feeling helpless watching someone have a seizure is difficult—whether it’s a loved one, friend, or even a stranger. Our training and resources can teach you how to recognize and respond to seizures safely.

While there are many different types of seizures, during many of them a person may be unaware of what is going on or lose consciousness. A person could get hurt during a seizure or a seizure could last too long, or the seizure could cluster. Knowing what to do when someone has a seizure can make a difference and save a life.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin, as an affiliate of the Epilepsy Foundation of America, facilitates a live, instructor lead seizure recognition course many times throughout the year.  In addition, there is an on-demand opportunity available at your leisure.  

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All times are Central Standard Time