Any advice would be greatly appreciated
A couple of ideas.
1. Check with the Epilepsy Foundation in your state . See if they have any advice.
2. Check thru you county for a DRS Councilor ( Dept. of Rehabilitation Services) . They can help you find work too.
I alway looked for jobs of my interest. I would always start at the county workforce center and job search on the computers. I would also update my Résumés . I would then fill the application along with the Résumés.
When it came time for interview I would let the Employer know about my Epilepsy. Out of all the interviews I did , one or or two of those employers would get a hold of me for hire.
Now I can’t tell you what employers will hire you in your state since I’m in a different state.
I don't think an employer can ask about those questions. Covered by hippa. I told my current employer about 3 weeks after I was hired.
You are not obligated to tell any employer that you have epilepsy, and if they dont hire you because you told them then that is discrimination. I am not sure what your capabilities are, but like Leslie said maybe you can find a job with a bit of flexibility or a schedule that works best for you.
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