As children return to school after a traumatic brain injury, parents face new challenges to identify, negotiate, coordinate and advocate for services in school and the community. This workbook shows parents how to communicate and negotiate effectively with educators and school systems. Worksheets and examples teach parents how to use the skills of assessment, information gathering, referral, service coordination, advocacy and evaluation to create effective educational programs and service plans.
Includes workbook plus a USB drive with 64 pages of PDF files for all worksheets in a 8.5 x 11 format.
|Pages||64 pages, 7 x 8 ½, softcover|
|Year||2016 (2nd edition)|