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SEIZURE ACTION PLAN FOR SCHOOL Have another classroom adult direct students away from area. 5. TIME THE SEIZURE. 6. Allow seizure to run its course; DO NOT restrain or insert anything into student’s mouth. Do not try to stop purposeless behavior. 7. During a general or grand mal seizure expect to see pale or bluish discoloration of. Seizure Response Plan continued © Epilepsy Foundation 2 12/ SRP/PAB Seizure First Aid Keep calm, provide reassurance, remove bystanders Keep airway clear, turn on side if possible, nothing in mouth Keep safe, remove objects, do not restrain Time, observe, record what happens Stay with person until recovered from seizure.
Seizure types — One of the most common seizure types is a convulsion. This may be called a "tonic clonic" or "grand mal" seizure. In this type of seizure, a person may stiffen and have jerking muscle movements; during the muscle-jerking, the person may bite . Seizure Action Plan Effective Date This student is being treated for a seizure disorder. The information below should assist you if a seizure occurs during school hours. Student's Name Parent/Guardian Other Emergency Contact Treating Physician Significant Medical History Seizure Information Seizure Type Length Date of Birth Phone Phone Phone.