I don't know if this will help but here goes anyway:
Re that employment issue, It is against the law in North America for an employer not to hire a potential applicant because of a known seizure condition. It is a form of disrimination and violates the "Canadian Human Rights Act" (I'm Canadian but the same laws apply down there)
By law the employer must provide adequate working conditions or supply special needs as/if required to effectively do the job, even if that means restructuring the work area.
However, if a case like that ever went to court, it would be awfully hard for anybody to prove that they were denied a job for THAT reason, therefore cases like that usually go unreported.
Also ~ I've noticed that just the word "epilepsy" scares some ppl (especially from the "old school") and carries a stigma.
I found it very frustrating at times but I just joked about it and that seemed to put everyone at eez.
It does seem to get a little easier with time.
That is my perspective after 28 years experience.
Diagnosed with Epilepsy & Ulcerative Colitis.
Current Medications: Diantin 275mg, Pheonobarb 150mg, Asocol 3,000 mg.