Don’t go to School without a Seizure Tracker Dynamic Seizure Action Plan!
A Dynamic Seizure Action Plan (DSAP) along with the Seizure Tracker’s extensive recording and reporting features allows you to send your children school with confidence in their care.
Where to start?
Talk to your child’s doctor...
Communicate with your doctor about an appropriate action plan for your child, including treatment, taking into consideration different environments. Talk about the different types of seizures that occur and how responses may vary based on seizure type and environment, such as: at home, in school, at work, etc.
Here are some things you should make sure are included:
Knowing how to handle seizures in school is imperative for children to stay safe while getting a quality education. School staff, nurses, and even close friends, could be able to help by administering a rescue medication, calling for help, or reducing the risk of injury. A well structured seizure action plan will help them know what, if anything, they need to do during a seizure. It also gives your child and their support team a clear plan to share with others, and empowers people outside the regular care team to take appropriate action if a seizure occurs.
Pre-reporting for the school year...
Pre-reporting is creating a report for a future date range, which can be particularly helpful when sharing reports with school staff. It allows school staff and administrators to have continued access to seizure reports for an extended period of time via a simple internet link.