Here are some ways you can help.
Learn the symptoms my symptoms are starring and scattered thoughts some people think I am just tired but it’s called absent seizure and I get anxiety.
Always watch the person carefully I am also being watched by my family I am never alone and when I am with my friends I trust i can tell them my epilepsy symptoms so they no what they are looking for.
Speak quickly and calmly by speaking calmly you can help the person coming out of the seizure to stay calm.
Other ways you can help is by explain to people what is happening so they know and they can help too and watch and learn how to help as well.
Help the person who is having a seizure by guiding that person to a gently to a safe area away from anything dangerous.
Also please don’t restrain or stop them from any movement that can do more harm then good. Stay with that person until he or she regains consciousness.
The way I tell my friends to help me is by laying me on my side and put a pillow under my head so I don’t get hurt. I also give all my friends emergency contact information on who to call and and If they need to they can look at my phone for emergency contact information and numbers if they can’t get a hold of anyone call 911. I keep emergency information cards in my purse so they know what to do and who to call.
By reading this you can help someone who need it.