This manual gives a basic overview of the consequences that traumatic brain injuries can have on a student’s learning and behavior. It sorts out myths from facts, explains common changes at home and in school, and gives strategies for use at home and in the classroom. There are detailed worksheets to transfer information as the student moves from teacher to teacher, grade to grade, and school to school. This is a must have book for educators and families with any child or student who has had a traumatic brain injury.
Audience: Parent, Professional