Huh, you think he didn't talk to a doctor? In the real world a doctor will tell you his: You have a condition like millions of other people, here is some medication and live with it.
Most people simply cannot afford nursing. If you have frequent and severe attacks and live in a first world country you will get an alert dog. But most people who might get an epileptic seizure hardly take any precautions at all, because it is a calculated risk like everything else in life.
This guy wants to go the extra mile and gets blasted for it? You are the one who is nuts. You have seen one worst case example of epilepsy and think this aplies to all cases. Did you know that in by far the most cases people have only a few attacks in their life? That often they don't even realize it? In most other cases it goes away with the right medication. If you take medication, usually you can stop taking it after a few year, without the epilepsy ever returning. You don't need medical attention during or after an attack, unless you hurt yourself during the seizure.
Usually epilepsy isn't what you seem to think it is.