|Statement||formulated by the Committee on Psychiatry in Industry, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry.|
|Series||Report / Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry -- no. 36., Report (Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry) -- no. 36.|
|Contributions||Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. Committee on Psychiatry in Industry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 135-147 ;|
|Number of Pages||147|
strives to put these concepts into action – empowering people to be ‘in charge’, take action, and help develop better therapies for people with epilepsy. Right now, too many people live with uncontrolled seizures and side effects. Seizures can disrupt a person’s daily life in so many ways. One of the key points to remember about epilepsy is that it varies from person to person. While some people have regular seizures, up to 70% of people with epilepsy could stop having seizures (with the right medication) so their epilepsy may have little or no effect on their work. One in 10 people will have a seizure at some point in their lives. Three in people will develop epilepsy by the age of Epilepsy doesn’t discriminate. It affects children and adults, men and women, and people of all races, religions, ethnic backgrounds, and social classes. Health and Safety at Work Act Whether someone's with epilepsy is affected by this legislation will depend on the type of work they do, whether they have seizures, what their seizures are like and how often they happen. See also equality law and disability discrimination. Taken from our employment leaflet. Order this leaflet from our.
The epilepsy specialist nurse competencies set out the professional knowledge and skills needed to become an epilepsy specialist nurse working with adults, children and young people and people with learning disabilities with epilepsy. The competencies can be helpful to nurses new to epilepsy and those practicing at competent and expert levels. Taking Control of Your Seizures: Workbook offers a comprehensive approach to improving seizure control and enhancing quality of life. It is intended to be used by people with epileptic and nonepileptic seizures (NES), preferably with a therapist or health professional who acts as a seizure counselor. It is also intended for physicians, therapists, and other health professionals who treat. 2 Epilepsy peer educator workbook Introduction We are all unique in our own way and it is important to recognise and respect these differences. Epilepsy is a condition that often causes people to feel isolated and different and its impact can create ongoing stress and anxiety for those living with epilepsy . The primary aim of Taking Control of Your Seizures: Workbook is to improve the lives of patients with seizures. Both epileptic seizures and nonepileptic seizures (NES) are prevalent and potentially : Oxford University Press.