Helping Students with Brain Injury Series
The Helping Students with Brain Injury series was developed by the Children & Adolescents Committee of the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey to be a tool for school professionals and parents. Each sheet in the series addresses various areas that can be affected after brain injury, and includes strategies for the classroom and sample IEP goals.
We encourage you to explore the various sheets and remain flexible in trying different strategies until you find the one that works. All brain injuries are unique and all students have different strengths and weakness, therefore different strategies may or may not work depending upon the student, the class, and the time of day, among other factors. Once you find a strategy that works use it consistently and share it with others who work with that student. Also, if you have additional ideas for strategies that have worked for you please share them with us at email@example.com.
- Helping Students with Brain Injury: Executive Functioning Issues
- Helping Students with Brain Injury: Attention & Concentration Issues
- Helping Students with Brain Injury: Memory Issues
- Helping Students with Brain Injury: Visual & Information Processing Issues
- Helping Students with Brain Injury: Communication & Information Processing Issues
- Helping Students with Brain Injury: Psychosocial & Emotional Issues
- Helping Students with Brain Injury: Behavioral Issues
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Click here to learn more about our free online course – Brain Injury Primer – through Rutgers University
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View one of our archived webinars on students with brain injury