Another day, I was talking with a gal whose mother often had epileptic seizures and noticed that often her mother would have a seizure and hurt her head on the floor or concrete. I am positive you are aware of the danger, and possibly have seen someone having an epileptic seizure and understood how violent all that vibration can be.
Well, I can let you know after I had a neighbor who had called the ambulance over and if it arrived a police car and a fire truck also showed up. They came over for a different problem, but among the loved ones had an epileptic event because of each of the rotating lights on the emergency vehicles, thus compounding all of the chaos.
Now then, what solution can we come up with to fix this issue? Well, in contemplating all this, I suggest a hoodie type outfit, such as a regular sweatshirt with the hood-over on it that we all often wear; this way it would not look strange. But if there was an epileptic seizure coming on all they would need to do is it a button and an airbag would deploy protecting their head from banging against the floor as they collapsed and went to the violent spasms.
This could prevent acute injury, brain injury, and more complications. Okay so, I suggest a very lightweight system, not observable which would break under the hood component of the sweatshirt, and an airbag system that wouldn't cost that much, something really easy, inexpensive, and possibly much like the airbag safety belts that are presently being developed by some innovative high-tech car companies.