Neuropsychology can help educators understand the effects of a TBI on a student. This tip card explains when and why an evaluation by a neuropsychologist can help educators, therapists and parents understand changes in behavior and learning in a student with a brain injury (TBI). It gives tips on how to choose a neuropsychologist, what questions to ask, how to prepare a referral and how to gather information needed from parents and educators on classroom performance. It explains what to expect from the evaluation, including test reports, consultation and follow-up.
|Year||Third edition, 2011|