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TOPIC: Traumatic Brain Injury - Implications for Schools

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  • A population-based study of inflicted traumatic brain injury in young children. H.T. Keenan, D.K. Runyan, S.W. Marshall, and et al., (2003). Journal of the American Medical Association; 290(5): 621-6.
  • Children with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Parent's Guide. L. Schoenbrodt (Ed.), (2001). Woodbine House
  • Health-Related Quality of Life of Children and Adolescents After Traumatic Brain Injury. T. Stancin, D. Drotar, H.G. Taylor, et al., (2002). Pediatrics, 109, Pp.34-41
  • Kids, Sports, and Concussions: A Guide for Coaches and Parents. By Meehan, W.P. (2011). Praeger.
  • Life Goes On: Inside the Lives of Families of Youth with Brain Injuries. (2004). Sunny Hill Health Center for Children. Lash & Associates Publishing/Training Inc.
  • Living with Brain Injury: A Guide for Families. 2nd ed. Senelick, R. & Dougherty, K. (2001). Health South Press.
  • Resource Guide: Children, Adolescents and Young Adults with Brain Injuries. M. Lash, (2000). Lash & Associates
  • Support for children following traumatic brain injury: the views of Educational Psychologists. B.M. Brooks, F.D. Rose, et al., (2003). Disability & Rehabilitation, 25,(1), Pp. 51-56
  • Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States. Assessing Outcomes in Children: Summary and Recommendations from the Expert Working Group J.A. Langlois, (2000). : Atlanta, GA.


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