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Behavior after Acquired Brain Injury in Children

Behavior after Acquired Brain Injury in Children

Tip cards on changes in behavior in children after acquired brain injury

A child's acquired or traumatic brain injury can result in behavioral changes such as temper outbursts, impulsiveness, irritability, withdrawal or moodiness. These tip cards have information for parents, therapists and educators.

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Behavior after Brain Injury Changes and Challenges

The behavior of a student with a brain injury can be disruptive, frustrating and challening in the classroom. This tip card helps families, therapists and educators recognize the relationship between brain trauma and changes in behavior. It gives strategies for parents and educators to address challenging behaviors and change disruptive behaviors.
Item: BABI
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Managing Behaviors after Brain Injury in School

The behavior of a student with a brain injury in school can be challenging for educators to address in the classroom. This tip card gives guidelines and strategies for educators and parents on managing challenging behavior in students with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in school and at home.
Item: MBEH
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