The correct answer is C.
It is illegal for family child care providers to discriminate against children or parents who have a disability. Providers must do what is reasonable to offer care to a child with a disability. A belief that you are not qualified is not a sufficient reason to deny care.
Ask for help from a parent or doctor or professional organization. If it is reasonable, from a professional point of view, to provide care to a child with epilepsy then you must do it.
If the only way to provide care is a “significant difficulty” or a “significant expense” you don’t have to provide care.