Developmental Disorders, Genetic Disorders and Mental Health Disorders seen in Children and Adolescents

what is epilepsy

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Epilepsy Action Australia - provide support and information via phone, email and web

  •  you can register to use the free My Epilepsy Diary to track seizure patterns or medications from your computer or phone

  • you can register to start a course through Epilepsy Action Australia's Online Academy, including general awareness courses and accredited courses for schools and professionals

  • More than 30,000 teenagers and young adults are currently living with epilepsy in Australia.  Epilepsy Action Australia is focussing on youth over the next three years.  They held a 4-day national youth forum in Sydney in September 2013 with 73 young people aged between 16 and 23 who are living with epilepsy.   Here is a Youtube video made as part of the forum: Messages from Young People with Epilepsy

  • You can sign up for Epilepsy Action Australia's "Epilepsy 360: Keeping you in the loop" Newsletter


Epilepsy EEG absence seizure

tonic clonic   epilepsy etiology


Dravet Syndrome is a rare and catastrophic form of intractible epilepsy that begins in infancy.  


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