CAUTION SIGNS

Here are some example signs that would be great to print out and hang at shows! You're welcome to print these out and use them - scoll to the bottom of this page for PDFs. But writing "EPILEPSY SAFE" or "STROBE LIGHT WARNING" on a piece of paper and taping it on the front door works just as well!

 

LOW RISK

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This flyer is for use at shows where no lighting is in use, or the lighting is very minimal.

Why even hang a sign if there aren't any lights, you ask? Let's normalize people looking for signage, or being curious about what epilepsy is and learning about photosensitivity!  

WARNING

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If you're positive that some intense lighting is going to be used- either strobe lights or continuous bright flashing lights- hang a sign like this! Along with one of these signs, make sure your staff is educated on how to care for a person if they have a seizure. Check out the Seizure First Aid page for more info. 

FAQ

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General info about seizures and questions about epilepsy you may not have known!

CAUTION

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You may want to use a flyer like this one if you're unsure what the lights may be like at the show-Always air on the side of caution! 
 


FIRST AID

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A handy-dandy flyer with the how-to's of seizure first aid!

Make sure to read the do's and don't's of helping someone who's having a seizure. 

FORTUNE TELLERS

Feeling crafty? Print out one of these sheets and fold it for a fun craft AND some epilepsy education. Play with your friends, just like back in grade school