A care plan for epilepsy or seizure response plan includes information about the person with epilepsy such as his health care team, what types of medications are taken, information about how to respond to a seizure and a seizure calendar, according to the Epilepsy Foundation. This information is vital in the prevention of and appropriate response to an emergency.
Developing a personal seizure response plan involves organizing personal information in the event a seizure occurs when alone, states the Epilepsy Foundation. This allows people to know who the epileptic individual is, who should be called and how to handle the situation. Additionally, information that allows quick contact with the primary care physician should be included. Those who experience more than one type of seizure should include information about all types of seizures he has. Speaking with friends, family and health care providers can be useful when filling out a seizure plan, as vital information can be added.
When filling out a seizure response plan, be sure to include key facts about what happens during a seizure, states the Epilepsy Foundation. Also, include how long a seizure generally lasts and how frequently seizures typically occur. When including information about what type of seizures are experienced, check with health care professionals about proper spelling to make sure all information is correct. Be sure to include any seizure triggers and any special or personal instructions concerning what others should do as a seizure is happening.