Acquired Brain Injury in Children: Navigating Systems of Care with Seamless Transition from Clinical Care to Appropriate Educational and Community Services-Tools You Can Use

Description:

This 2.5-hour session will center on children and adolescents with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and the implications for assessment, treatment and coordination within various systems of care. This session will focus on the recognition, equity of access, monitoring, care and coordination of policies/systems needed to effectively support students with ABI.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss how students with ABI are typically identified in various countries and the systems of care available to them. (Recognize)
  • Identify and discuss what systems/tools are available for monitoring and tracking problematic symptoms of acquired brain injury. (Monitor)
  • Identify and examine various forms of treatment/services, and discuss an integrated approach to rehabilitation and school integration/reintegration. (Care)

 

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