Our efforts to support the entire epilepsy community also include raising money for a good cause.
Through the Charity Miles app, every time someone tracks an activity such as biking, dancing, running, or walking, money will be donated to the Epilepsy Foundation. Share your progress on social media to raise awareness among your friends and family, so they may help the epilepsy community strive for the goal of zero seizures.
You have the resources to take STEPS Toward Zero, now you can start getting your steps in for a good cause.
Using the camera on your mobile device, scan this QR code to download the Charity Miles app.
For some, it’s pursuing new relationships. For others, it’s going on their dream vacation. We want you to share what zero equals for you on social media, using #STEPSTowardZero.
For every response, SK life science will donate $1 to the Epilepsy Foundation (up to $15,000).
WHAT DOES ZERO EQUAL FOR YOU?
S.T.E.P.S. is a Discussion Guide for people with epilepsy, designed to focus on your Seizure Activity, Treatments, Emotional Impact, Personal Goals, and Safety.
By carefully thinking about each one of these categories and bringing any concerns about your current treatment routine to your doctor, you’re at the starting line to step toward zero.
All of these videos provide key insights into why each section of the S.T.E.P.S. Discussion Guide is important. They may also give you some helpful ideas about how to use the guide during your next doctor’s visit.
A Discussion Guide for Patients With Epilepsy and Their Doctors
A Discussion Guide for Patients With Epilepsy and Their DoctorsRead video transcript >
Why it’s important to share the details of your seizures with your doctor.Read video transcript >
Take a look at your current treatment to see how it’s working for you.Read video transcript >
Think about the impact of epilepsy on your day-to-day life.Read video transcript >
Tips for how to reach your personal treatment goals.Read video transcript >
Make sure you’re staying safe while managing epilepsy.Read video transcript >
When it comes to understanding epilepsy, it's important to know that everyone's journey is unique. Writing down the details of your seizures can give you the chance to discover patterns, learn your triggers, and take that information to your doctor. Together, you can see how well your current treatment is working.
We got together with a couple of people in the epilepsy community and created a journal designed to benefit as many people as possible, and we’d love to share it with you.Sign up to receive
If you like to keep things digital, we’ve also found a few apps that we think you’ll really like. Either way, when you track your seizures through journaling, you’ll be taking steps to make your next visit with your doctor more successful.
Epilepsy journal app
the epsy app
With telehealth giving you the chance to connect with your doctor remotely wherever you are, we prepared a quick checklist to help make it easier for you to get the most out of your virtual appointments.
Check out our telehealth tips, and then check them off when you’re ready for your appointment!
STAY IN TOUCH
Keep scheduling routine doctor appointments, don't wait for an emergency.
WRITE IT DOWN
Between appointments, don’t forget to fill out your seizure tracking journal and have it handy for your next conversation with your doctor.
GET READY TO CHAT
Print and complete the S.T.E.P.S. Discussion Guide and have a meaningful conversation about your seizure treatment goals during your next appointment.
Write down any questions for your doctor ahead of time. There’s no such thing as a bad question!
Choose a private and quiet place. You can set it up in a way that makes you feel at ease for a virtual meeting with your doctor.