This autism analysis case involves a male patient in his late 40s who died after suffering a seizure while unattended in bed. The man was on the autism spectrum and had a history of seizures, and had spent several years living in a communal living facility where he enjoyed around-the-clock supervision and care. After living in the home for several years, where he suffered seizures on a number of occasions, he was deemed fit to live on his own, under a plan created by a social worker. He was given Topamax to treat his seizures, but switched to Depakote when it was not improving his condition. Some weeks after the patient began living on his own, his social worker noted that he was suffering from seizures despite the medication and was in need of additional supportive services. The social worker recommended that the patient receive a personal emergency response system, however the patient never received such a system despite the social worker’s repeated recommendations. Eventually, the patient was found dead from asphyxiation in his bed.