Understanding the Intersection between Brain Injury and Mental Health Conditions
Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Brain Injury, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
A child who sustains a brain injury is vulnerable to developmental, psychosocial and biochemical consequences. Increase your understanding of and how best to address the needs of these students.
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To view any of the Understanding the Brain Learning Series modules participants must complete the series registration, selecting the module(s) they wish to view. Upon completion of the registration an email will be sent with a link to view the module(s) selected.
- Understanding the Brain: The Building Blocks of Brain Development & Neuroeducational Evaluation
- Understanding Brain Injury and the Intersection with Challenging Behaviors: "Can't versus Won't"
- Understanding the Brain: Brain-Based Classroom & Executive Function Strategies
- Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder/Prenatal Substance Exposure and the Special Education Considerations
Contact InformationHeather Hotchkiss
This module is work 0.75 CDE credit hours.
After viewing each module participants will be able to receive CDE credit once they complete the module evaluation & knowledge check. A link to the evaluation and knowledge check will be provided in the registration email. A passing score required to receive a certificate.