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International epilepsy day press release 2015 Majority of sports are safe for people with epilepsy Joe Schmidt supports seizure awareness on and off the sports fieldInternational epilepsy day press release 2015 Majority of sports are safe for people with epilepsy Joe Schmidt supports seizure awareness on and off the sports field
The survey of 215 people with epilepsy and parents of children with epilepsy showed that 51% participate in some form of team or individual sports and 75% engage in regular (weekly) physical exercise. epilepsy
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Plymouth University and epilepsy Sophie\Plymouth University and epilepsy Sophie's story
Sophie Harries, 19, is studying dietetics at the University of Plymouth. She has idiopathic generalised epilepsy with photosensitivity. Here she writes about coping with epilepsy at university. epilepsy
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Risk Assessment GuidanceRisk Assessment Guidance
The assessor can assign values for the hazard severity. epilepsy
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The Impact of the ada amendments Act on the Employment Rights of Persons with Epilepsy SummaryThe Impact of the ada amendments Act on the Employment Rights of Persons with Epilepsy Summary
The Impact of the ada amendments Act on the Employment Rights of Persons with Epilepsy. epilepsy
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Prevalent medical condition epilepsyPrevalent medical condition epilepsy
If yes, attach the rescue medication plan, healthcare providers’ orders and authorization from the student’s parent(s)/guardian(s) for a trained person to administer the medication. epilepsy
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Epilepsy Treatment Principles E5 Epilepsy Treatment PrinciplesEpilepsy Treatment Principles E5 Epilepsy Treatment Principles
N. B. patient can drown with as little as inch of water during flaccid postictal phase! – use showers instead of baths!. epilepsy
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Information on Epilepsy What is Epilepsy?Information on Epilepsy What is Epilepsy?
To have epilepsy is to have a tendency to have recurring seizures. Anyone can have a seizure, if the brain is exposed to a strong enough stimulus. We know that about 1 in every 20 people will have a single seizure at some time during their. epilepsy
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Epilepsy Terminology, Myths & Misconceptions Myths and MisconceptionsEpilepsy Terminology, Myths & Misconceptions Myths and Misconceptions
While the media can be a driving force in reducing and removing this stigma, communications may inadvertently add to the negative image of the disorder merely by the language used. epilepsy
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Name of person living with epilepsy:   Date of birth:  Name of person living with epilepsy:   Date of birth:  
If yes, the medication authority or emergency medication plan must be attached and followed*, if you are specifically trained. epilepsy
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What are non-epileptic attacks?What are non-epileptic attacks?
Your attacks are called non-epileptic attacks. This simply means you have attacks that can look like epileptic attacks, but they are not related to epilepsy. epilepsy
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Epilepsy Care Plan Name: mr#: dob: Physician: Date: Epilepsy Diagnosis: Seizure Type(s)Epilepsy Care Plan Name: mr#: dob: Physician: Date: Epilepsy Diagnosis: Seizure Type(s)
Further testing: Further testing is used to gather additional information to help in the diagnosis of epilepsy or to find a cause for the epilepsy. The following tests are needed. epilepsy
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Epilepsy Checklist and Risk Assessment (Learning Disability Directorate Only) Julie Kelly Epilepsy Specialist Nurse Epilepsy Priority RatingEpilepsy Checklist and Risk Assessment (Learning Disability Directorate Only) Julie Kelly Epilepsy Specialist Nurse Epilepsy Priority Rating
Once completed the information obtained should be used to complete the individuals support plan/treatment plan/risk plan. All clinical staff working in direct care, inpatient. epilepsy
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Brainwave The Irish Epilepsy Association 249 Crumlin Road Dublin 12 Tel: 01-4557500 EmailBrainwave The Irish Epilepsy Association 249 Crumlin Road Dublin 12 Tel: 01-4557500 Email
To make a diagnosis of epilepsy, it is necessary to establish a tendency to recurrent, spontaneous epileptic seizures. Many people have a single, isolated epileptic seizure at some point in their lives, but if a person has more than one. epilepsy
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