As relative to a person with epilepsy, EDDI may provide you with new freedom and safety.
We hear from many parents, that they have developed “bigger ears”, that they “always have extra radar out” and that it is “often hard to relax, when you never know, when the next seizure sets in, and you simply just want to be there”.
When your child wears Senses and you the A-Unit, you do not constantly have to monitor your child. It gives you new freedom to do things “side by side” at home without you all the time have to monitor your child.
During the night EDDI will alarm you if a tonic-clonic epileptic seizure sets in. This means that you can sleep calmly knowing that A-Unit will alarm you, so you can take care and help your child in case of tonic-clonic epileptic seizures.
IMPORTANT. EDDI is NOT able to replace a person. EDDI is a helping aid, which can make the day and the part about notifying (and in a later version writing down) in relation to tonic-clonic epileptic seizures much easier.
Perspective of a future version of EDDI:
The diary based on data from EDDI will provide you with new freedom, since you will not have to write down yourself, every time your child has a tonic-clonic epileptic seizure. Furthermore this ensures that you can bring the right information to the physician, so that the medication may be adjusted. EDDI helps by registering the tonic-clonic epileptic seizures. When you have an appointment with the physician, you can then bring the information on numbers of tonic-clonic epileptic seizures from the diary. Furthermore if you do not use EDDI as an alarm you will have the possibility to check for nocturnal seizures, and thereby annotate if anything special happened the day before in case of nocturnal seizures.