The Epilepsy Foundation tells us that approximately 1 in 100 people will have a single, unprovoked seizure.  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate a much larger number, 1 in 10 people will have a seizure at some point during their lifetime. 

Seizures are more common than you may realize and one day you may need to help someone during or after a seizure.  If you see someone having a seizure, you can help.  You can't do anything to stop the seizure, but you may be able to prevent or minimize injury that might ocRSC_First_Aid_for_Seizures.jpgcur as a result of the seizure.

In our complimentary download, we will show you:

  • What Symptoms to Look for
  • How to Administer First Aid
  • When to Call 911

Remember: Seizures are not planned events, so you need to be prepared for the unexpected.  Download our free First Aid for Seizures Guide and keep this list handy for the moment when you can help.