Behavior in school after a student has a brain injury can range from withdrawal to angry outbursts. This tip card helps educators, therapists and school staff use strategies to prevent, reduce or eliminate difficult behaviors in students with traumatic brain injury (TBI) at home and in school.
This tip card describes how to apply functional analysis of behavior to students with brain injury. It includes strategies for addressing lack of insight, impulsive behavior, poor emotional control, depression, social withdrawal, apathy, agitation, and aggression. This is a useful tool for developing, revising and updating behavior plans and special education programs.p>
|Year||Second edition, 2008|