The main goal of this book is to help people with epilepsy by offering facts that would remove the fear caused by misinformation by encouraging these individuals to assume a greater role in their treatment.Who and how much to tell should depend on whether or not the relatives are likely to be alone with the child, and how they may react. ... Advice is fine and is often helpful, but the parents must do what they feel is best for the child. School Nurses ... For children with daytime seizures, school nurses and teachers should be told about the childa#39;s epilepsy. ... Parents should make sure that the nurse is informed about changes in the childa#39;s medication or the type of seizures that the child has.
|Title||:||A Guide To Understanding & Living With Epilepsy|
|Publisher||:||B. Jain Publishers - 2003-01-01|