In-Person Epilepsy Self-Management Training

Join us in Nashville Thursday, December 1 from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Help Improve Your Patients' Quality of Life with Evidence-Based Seizure Self-Management Programs

For many people with epilepsy (PWE), self-care and maintenance of a consistent routine are part of a strategy to help minimize the risk of seizures. Clinicians can play a critical role in supporting self-management by deepening their understanding of the social determinants of health and referring patients and caregivers to evidence-based programs and resources that build skills for managing daily life with epilepsy. 

Evidence-based epilepsy self-management programs encourage a partnership among the patient, friends and family in the patient's support system, and healthcare providers to optimize treatment, seizure management, and day-to-day life.

 


 

AES, in partnership with Dartmouth Health, a coordinating center for the Managing Epilepsy Well Network, is hosting two full-day epilepsy self-management trainings on Thursday, December 1, 2022, at the Omni Hotel in Nashville, TN.

AES LOGODARTMOUTH HEALTH LOGOMEW LOGO


PACES in Epilepsy

Program of Active Consumer Engagement in Self-Management

Thursday, December 1 | Nashville, TN

A free, in-person training for community health workers, counselors, health educators, and members of clinical care teams.

Learn More

HOBSCOTCH

Home Based Self-Management and Cognitive Training Changes Lives


Thursday, December 1 | Nashville, TN

A free, in-person training for all members of the care team including physicians, social workers, behavioral health providers, and others.

Learn More
image for card
About Seizure Self-Management

Self-management can help people with seizures manage their day-to-day, practice self-care, maintain a consistent routine, and ultimately, minimize the risk of seizures. Learn more.

image for card
Clinical Practice Tools

AES Clinical Practice Tools are designed to provide supportive resources to assist clinicians in providing care for people with seizures. Learn more.

image for card
Mental Health Resources

Screening for and addressing mental health symptoms in people with seizures is critical to their success and well-being. These resources are intended for clinicians to use during routine appointments with patients. Learn more.

image for card
Evidence-Based Self-Management Programs

Evidence-based self-management programs encourage a partnership among the patient, their support system, and healthcare providers to optimize treatment, seizure management, and lifestyle management. Learn more.