Seizure First Aide

17 reviews
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About this app

Free, real-time seizure first aid to support someone having a seizure. Download this easy-to-use app to record seizure duration, determine seizure type and know how to respond to someone having a seizure. People with epilepsy can ask friends, family and others to download this tool to provide first aid in the event of a seizure. Soccer coaches or teachers of kids with epilepsy, colleagues or senior caregivers for adults with epilepsy and more should download this app to respond appropriately to a seizure. One in 10 people will have a seizure in their lifetime, and 1 in 26 will develop epilepsy. Knowing how to respond is critical, and people with epilepsy deserve to feel safe and supported if a seizure occurs.

App Features include:

Step-by-step seizure first aid to ensure the safety of someone having a seizure, quickly administer real-time aid and know when to call 911 (if needed).

Timer function to determine seizure duration; if a seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes, call 911!

Informational videos showing different seizure types

Quick access to 24/7 Helpline (in English & en Espanol) and 911
Updated on
30 Oct 2019

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Ratings and reviews

16 reviews
Anne Therkelsen
30 June 2021
This is a fantastic picture to have on your phone if you have epilepsy. I put it on my screen so, that if I had an epileptic seizure, someone might see my phone, and then know what to do to help me. Unfortunately, it looks like there is a film on the information. I lock my phone and maybe that is why. However, such good First Aid helps should be able to be seen, even though the phone is locked.
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A Google user
27 August 2015
I love the idea of this app. However, development seems rushed to meet the deadline of the MN State Fair. The timer, which could be helpful, only times. The timer should be set to ask for more details regarding the seizure once it's stopped. There should also be a function to share all of those details with the person who had the seizure. There should also be a screen where you can input symptoms to log and share with the person seizing. The idea of this app is great, but it's not done yet.
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A Google user
16 June 2016
Error code 103 when the installation fails on my Samsung phone. Any ideas ad to why?
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