Resource Library

For people with epilepsy and their families, comprehensive information on the disorder is often a valuable, yet hard-to-find, asset. Living with epilepsy often requires special services to help better understand what epilepsy is and to learn how to deal with it. EAWCP can provide information beyond what is available in physician offices and in most cases the public library.

The EAWCP maintains an Epilepsy Resource Library of books and brochures. Please contact us if you would like to borrow any of these materials.


Brochures

  • Diastat AcuDial Brochures
  • Diastat Poster Sheet
  • EAWCP — First Aid for Seizures — Red Sheet
  • EAWCP — Epilepsy is What You Have, Not What You Are
  • EAWCP — Project School Alert
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Books

For Parents:

100 Questions & Answers about Epilepsy
by Anuradha Singh, MD

Brainstorms: Epilepsy in Our Words – Personal Accounts of Living with Seizures (2008)
by Steven C. Schachter, MD

Brainstorms Companion: Epilepsy in Our View – Stories from Friends & Families of People Living with Epilepsy (2008)
by Steven C. Schachter, MD

Brainstorms Family: Epilepsy on Our Terms – Stories by Children with Seizures and Their Parents (2008)
by Steven Schachter, MD; Georgia Montouris, MD; John M. Pellock, MD

Epilepsy: 199 Answers (2008)
by Andrew N. Wilner, MD, FACP, FAAN

Epilepsy: Patient and Family Guide (2008)
by Orrin Devinsky, MD

Epilepsy in Children: What Every Parent Needs to Know, First Edition (2015)
by Orrin Devinsky, MD, Erin Conway, MS RN CRNP, Courtney Schnabel Glick, MS RD CDN

Good Morning Beautiful: Winning the Battle over Seizures (2010)
by Paulette George

Growing up with Epilepsy (2003)
by Lynn Bennett Blackburn, PhD

Keto Kid: Helping Your Child Succeed on the Ketogenic Diet, First Edition (2006)
by Deborah Ann Snyder, DO

Ketogenic Diets: Treatments for Epilepsy and Other Disorders, Fifth Edition (2011)
by Eric Kossoff, MD, John Freeman, MD, Zahava Turner, RD, James Rubenstein, MD

Missing Michael – A Mother’s Story of Love, Epilepsy, and Perseverance (2005)
by Mary Lou Connolly

Seizures and Epilepsy in Childhood, Third Edition (2002)
by John Freeman, MD, Eileen P.G. Vining, MD, Diana J. Pillas

The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down (2007)
by Anne Fadiman

Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy: Continuing the Global Conversation (2011)
Editors: Denise Chapman, Rosemary Panelli, Jane Hanna, Tazmin Jeffs

Your Child and Epilepsy (1995)
by Robert J. Gumnit, MD

For Children and Teens:

Being Sara (2009)
by Chris Passudetti

Elena’s EEG Adventure: A Coloring Book from Rochester (2012)
by Rochester ElectroMedical, Inc. (www.rochestermed.com)

Elena/Eddie Electro Dolls
by Rochester ElectroMedical, Inc.

Epilepsy: The Ultimate Teen Guide (2007)
by Kathlyn Gay

Erica has a Problem: Epilepsy (1998)
by Caren Mazure

The Great Katie Kate Explains Epilepsy (2014)
by M. Maitland Deland

Hi, My Name is Jack (2000)
by Christina Beall-Suillivan

Karen’s Epilepsy (2010)
by Elizabeth Baltaro

Koko the Service Dog (2008)
by Lisa Mink, MS

Let’s Learn with Teddy about Epilepsy (2008)
by Dr. Yvonne Zelenka

Me and My World: All about Epilepsy (1989)
by Epilepsy Foundation

Might Mike Bounces Back: A Boy’s Life with Epilepsy (2011)
by Robert Skead and Mike Simmel

Mommy, I Feel Funny (2009)
by Danielle M. Rocheford

My Friend Emily: A Story about Epilepsy and Friendship (1994)
by Susanne M. Swanson

My Friend Matty: A Story about Living with Epilepsy (2005)
by Debra and Richard Siravo

Sarah Jayne has Staring Moments (2012)
by Kate lambert

Sometimes I Get the Wiggles – Be an Epilepsy Seizure Hero (2016)
by Andee Cooper

Straight Talk on Epilepsy: What Kids Need to Know (2006)
by Epilepsy Foundation and Abbott Neurosciences

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