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Booklet cover — closeup of young boy smiling with the title, Epilepsy in Children: Learning & School Performance.
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Learning and School Performance Booklet

Download Booklet Most children with epilepsy don’t have school issues, but some may have learning or performance issues. Download the booklet to learn more. Return to Resource…

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Booklet cover — image of a teacher smiling with her arm around a student sitting at her desk, surrounding by other students working, and title, Epilepsy in Children: The Teacher's Role.
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Teachers Role Booklet

Download Children who have seizures may run into problems at school, but this can be managed by informed school staff. This book is a guide to educate teachers and school staff on epilepsy and how to help children in the classroom. Return to Resource…

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Shining Stars Brochure

Download Brochure The Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota knows that all youth with epilepsy are special, in fact, we think they’re Shining Stars! The Shining Stars program recognizes youth with epilepsy, making them feel special and connecting them with others…

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Booklet cover — image of a woman and a small child sitting together, smiling, and looking at phones, image of an older child wearing a camp t-shirt and smiling, and the title, Raising a Child with Epilepsy.
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Raising a Child with Epilepsy Booklet

Download Booklet Raising a child is a big job — and if your child has epilepsy or seizures, you probably have special concerns. In the United States, more than 470,000 children under age 18 live with epilepsy and seizures. Living with seizures is different for…

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What is epilepsy?

Start with the basics: Learn more about what epilepsy is and how it's treated.

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