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Brain Injury Concussion in Children

Brain Injury Concussion in Children

Tips and information on brain injury concussion symptoms, treatment and recovery in children

Tip cards on mild brain injury and concussion in children with information on immediate and long-term effects. They include information on types of concussion, returning to school and sports, identifying symptoms monitoring recovery, and providing support and accommodations in school. They are written for use by parents, educators, school nurses, and coaches.

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Sample Packet of Tip Cards on Concussions in Children and Teens

Concussions in school sports are the most common type of brain injury. Written by national experts on concussion management, this collection of 5 tip cards on concussion in children and teens covers the effects of concussion from the playing field to the classroom. Includes information on symptoms of concussion, immediate and long-term effects, returning to school, and playing sports. An 8 week post-concussion checklist helps parents, educators and athletic staff monitor recovery. Has tips on providing support and accommodations in school.

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Concussion in Children

Information on concussion in children helps parents, coaches, athletic staff, school nurses and educators recognize the early and late signs and symptoms of concussion in children. It explains how the severity of a concussion or mild brain injury is measured and addresses the child’s question of “When can I play again?” Guidelines are included for accommodations when the student returns to school.

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Sports Concussion: From the playing field to the classroom

Concussion is a common sports injury. This tip card on concussions in sports helps coaches, athletic trainers, parents and school personnel recognize and monitor early and late concussion symptoms in student-athletes. The effects of a sports injury can extend beyond the playing field or practice session to the classroom and activities at home. Tips for athletic staff, parents and educators describe academic supports for the classroom and at home as the student recovers from a concussion.
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Concussion Recovery In Students

A concussion can result in temporary physical, cognitive, or behavioral changes for children and youth. This tip card helps parents, educators and athletic staff monitor symptoms and track recovery at home and in school. It provides strategies for supporting the student in the classroom with suggestions for temporary accommodations.
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Concussion Education: In the student-athlete's neighborhood

When any athlete sustains a sports concussion, sensitive, trained and compassionate neighbors are needed to monitor the athlete’s recovery. For student-athletes, this managing team or neighborhood includes coaches, athletic trainers, parents, physicians, teachers, school nurses and school psychologists along with concussion specialists. This tip card provides checklists and practical strategies on educating everyone on the signs and symptoms of concussion in student-athletes with tips for support and accommodations.
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Back to School after a Mild Brain Injury or Concussion

Tips on concussion and mild brain injury in children helps parents and educators recognize signs and symptoms in students of all ages. It describes how to help the student in the classroom, recognize changes in performance at school, and how to provide extra help and support at school.
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Section 504 Plan Checklist for a Student with a Brain Injury

An educational plan under Section 504 can support a student with a brain injury in school. This tip card helps parents, educators and therapists identify accommodations in school to support and assist a student with an acquired brain injury (TBI). It explains how Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act applies for a student or child with a brain injury in school and how eligibility is determined.

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