BRIVIACT is at your service with tools and resources for patients and caregivers.
Tools to help manage your seizures
Use this guide to learn more about epilepsy, its causes and symptoms, and the types of seizures.
This diary can help you give your healthcare provider a more complete picture of where, when, and how often you have seizures.
Learn how you can help by recording the details of the seizures in order to assist the doctor in making a diagnosis and discussing treatment decisions.
This goal setting tool can help you identify what you hope to achieve from your treatment. From here, your doctor can develop a treatment plan that works best for you.
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Other epilepsy resources
American Epilepsy Society
Promotes research and education for epilepsy professionals. Visit www.aesnet.org, or call 1-860-586-7505
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Comprehensive information about living with epilepsy. Visit cdc.gov/Epilepsy/index.htm
CURE – Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy*
Source for information about the latest epilepsy treatments and research. Visit cureepilepsy.org/home.asp
Epilepsy Birth Control Registry
Information for women with epilepsy. Visit epilepsybirthcontrolregistry.com
The national association that supports and advocates for people living with epilepsy. The EF promotes epilepsy awareness and community involvement. Visit epilepsy.com, or call 1-800-EFA-1000
Epilepsy Phenome/Genome Project
A worldwide study of genetic links in epilepsy. Visit epgp.org
National Association of Epilepsy Centers
Listing of specialized epilepsy centers in the U.S. Visit naec-epilepsy.org, or call 202-484-1100
Managing Epilepsy Well (MEW) — WebEase Program*
A unique, web-based tool designed to help epilepsy patients better manage their condition. Visit http://web1.sph.emory.edu/ManagingEpilepsyWell/programs/webease.php
MyEpilepsyTeam is a social network and online support group for people who are living with epilepsy. Visit http://www.myepilepsyteam.com/
North American Antiepileptic Drug Pregnancy Registry
*These organizations receive or have received funding from UCB, Inc.
Please note: UCB does not endorse and is not responsible for the content on third party websites.