Books in the library on Epilepsy for parent carers
Complex Childhood Epilepsy a Parents Handbook by Nina Solomon
Published 2010 by The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy
now known as Young Epilepsy.
Epilepsy and Seizure: first aid, preventions, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, Disability Act, help, research by James Lee Anderson
Published 2014 by CreateSpace
Coping with Epilepsy in Children and Young People by Susan Elliott Wright
Published 2009 by Sheldon Press
Children with Seizures by Martin Kutscher
Published 2006 by Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Silently Seizing: common unrecognised and frequently missed seizures and their potentially damaging impact on individuals with ASD by Caren Haines
Published 2012 by AAPC Publishing
Keto Kid: helping your child succeed on the Ketogenic diet by Deborah Synder
The Ketogenic Diet: a treatment for children and others with epilepsy by John Freeman
Books in the library on Epilepsy for children
Zeebra and the Seizure by Michaela Barnes
Story for 5 – 8 year olds
Living with Epilepsy by Patsy Westcott
Non-fiction for 8 – 12 year olds
Can I Tell You About Epilepsy? A guide for friends, family and professionals by Kate Lambert
Non- fiction for 8 – 12 year olds upwards
Explaining… Epilepsy by Lionel Bender
Non-fiction for 8 – 12 year olds upwards
Cerebra’s Library Service is free of charge and open to the parents and carers of children aged 16 and under with neurological conditions anywhere in the UK.
Visit our Library webpage for more information, to browse our book lists and request to join.
Or, email our Library Team at [email protected] if you have a query.