Pediatric developmental epileptic encephalopathies are often refractory to treatment despite stable antiseizure therapy. The safety profile of diazepam nasal spray (Valtoco) as rescue therapy for seizure clusters was described in a long-term safety study. This post hoc analysis assessed safety and effectiveness within a subpopulation of patients with developmental epileptic encephalopathies. Of 163 treated patients, 64 were diagnosed with ≥1 pediatric developmental epileptic encephalopathy. Among the most common developmental epileptic encephalopathies were Rett syndrome (n = 16), Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (n = 9), and Dravet syndrome (n = 7). In the broad pediatric developmental epileptic encephalopathy group, 10.6% of seizure clusters were treated with a second dose, with similar proportions in the 3 individual encephalopathies. Across groups, treatment-emergent adverse event rates ranged from 66.7% to 100%. Only epistaxis (n = 2) was treatment-related and reported in >1 patient. In this long-term safety analysis in patients with developmental epileptic encephalopathies, diazepam nasal spray demonstrated a consistent safety profile, supporting its use in these hard-to-treat patients (ClinicalTrials.gov NCT02721069).