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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18, 2014
Returning to Learn and Play
after Brain Injury
RESEARCH, BEST PRACTICE, POLICY, INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Designed for: School Administrators and Policy Makers, Coaches, Physical Education Teachers, Special Educators, Classroom Teachers who work with students with acquired head injuries, including concussions, as they re-integrate into the academic and recreational day. Parents are also welcome.
How do educators know when, how, and to what degree to encourage a student to “get back in the game”? What practices in returning to learn and play are considered best practices? What reliable guidance is available about decision-making, policy-making, legal issues, and participation in educational activities?
This conference, presented by NH practitioners is designed to inform and give confidence to those who need to make challenging decisions on behalf of children with brain injury.
- Understanding Short and Long-Term Medical Implication sof Brain Injury
- Getting Emotional About Concussion: Affective Functioning Post-Injury
- When, How, Where to “Return to Play and Learn”- an Attorney, a High School Principal Talk about Best Practices, and Experience
Watch www.SERESC.net/events for more information, or call SERESC at 603 206 6800
SERESC Conference Center
29 Commerce Drive
Bedford, NH 03110
Our mission is to inspire innovation and excellence in education and professional practice, and our vision is for helping organizations and individuals achieve their greatest potential as they learn, lead and grow. Our core values are innovation, excellence, integrity, and service.
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