ASHA Webinar: Return to Learn/Concussion Team Model

January 29

This webinar will provide the K-12 setting information on the effects a concussion can have on the brain’s ability to function at normal capacity and how this may cause potential problems for students in the school environment. Information will assist teachers, nurses, school counselors, and administrators with designing and implementing a “Return-to-Learn” concussion team model that can be used when academically accommodating a student in the school and classroom environment after suffering a TBI/concussion. Presented by Jill Huck, school counselor for Genoa Middle School in Westerville, Ohio.

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