Teachers play an important role in supporting children, young people and students living with epilepsy. They are key contributors to ensuring their safety, inclusion and wellbeing in and outside the classroom.

Whether you are a child care worker, primary or secondary school teacher, community tutor, trainer, university lecturer, or youth worker, you play an important role in enabling someone’s success in learning and social activities.

This page outlines resources of relevance to teachers, introduces our Epilepsy Smart Schools Program and offers some simple tips for you to consider when supporting learners of any age.

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