Find a child neurologist. (See Resources) It will be helpful if you can record your child’s seizure activity with a video recorder to show the child neurologist. It is often hard to describe seizure types, an epileptologist can most accurately determine what type of seizure your child is having is through a video EEG in an epilepsy […]
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My Child Has Epilepsy – What Next?
Orthotics for Intractable Epilepsy
Orthotics and Shoe Inserts for Children with Intractable Epilepsy Families of children in early intervention programs and those who participate in physical therapy centers often have questions about the use of shoe inserts known as orthotics for their children. Although orthotics are mentioned in many books available to families and professionals, there are few magazine […]
Frequently Used Terms in Intractable Childhood Epilepsy absence seizure (formerly called petit mal) generalized seizure most common in children; a lapse in consciousness with a blank stare that begins and ends within a few seconds. May be accompanied by rapid eye blinking or chewing movements.
ICE Alliance – Have Hope for Intractable Epilepsies in Children Together we will Improve the Outcome and Reach for the Cure. Epilepsy is a condition where recurrent electrical discharges in the brain disturb the normal functioning of the nervous system. These episodes of disturbance are called seizures. Two or more unprovoked (caused by fever or […]