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It has been reported that over 85% individuals with a diagnosis of Angelman syndrome have epilepsy that can show up in a variety of forms for our loved ones. No matter what type of seizure, it can be jarring for the caregivers and families. Learn more on how caregivers and siblings can be prepared for an epileptic episode.

For emergency seizure support, we encourage families and providers to reach out to the Epilepsy and Seizures 24/7 helpline through the Epilepsy Foundation for high-quality care for your loved one.

This illustration originates from the Standards of Care paper by Duis et al., 2021.

Flow chart about seizures and angelman syndrome

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