Back to School After Brain InjuryI created this presentation to share with school counselors about how to help kids transition back to school after a brain injury. I’m not just referring to a severely traumatic brain injury, but any child who has had an insult to their brain. This could include concussion, meningitis or even taking too much of a medication. Any event that effects the brain function is considered a brain injury.

When returning to school, many of these students are unable to take on their full coursework. Brain injury causes exhaustion and may have some long-term effects that cause difficulty for the student. It is therefore really important that parents and school personnel work together to come up with a transition plan for the student.

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Returning to School After TBI

Presentation Videos

The videos do not work in the Slideshare presentation, so here are the videos I use to demonstrate some of my ideas:

Christopher Nowinski, athlete

Dr. Mariann Young, psychologist

Britt Payton, athlete

Bonnie Landau
Bonnie Landau
Bonnie Landau is a licensed professional clinical counselor and educational consultant in Ventura County, California. Her goal is to help parents of neurodivergent individuals find strategies and solutions to help their children succeed in school and in life. Bonnie is also the author of Special Ed Mom Survival Guide: How to Prevail in the Special Education Process and Find Life-long Strategies for You and Your Child.