When a child is diagnosed with epilepsy, it is natural for a flood of emotions to surface. Families may worry if epilepsy will change their child’s relationships and activities. They may also wonder how epilepsy will affect their child’s brain function and their ability to learn, concentrate and memorize. If your child has been diagnosed with epilepsy, don't panic. Take a moment to read this infographic for a birds-eye-view of what an epilepsy diagnosis may mean for your family.
Infographic: Life After an Epilepsy Diagnosis
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