This article is from the Epilepsy FAQ, by Andrew Patrick (email@example.com) with numerous contributions by others.
Experience has shown that people with Epilepsy have fewer seizures if
they lead normal active lives. This means they should be encouraged to
find jobs, either full or part-time. People with any disabilities are
now protected under amendments to the Human Rights Code (Canada).
However, some jobs, because of the nature of technical equipment or
machinery, may not be recommended for a person with Epilepsy. It is
therefore most important for a young adult to work with the school
guidance department to establish appropriate career goals.