Talking with parents of a child with a TBI is the first step in understanding the effects of a student’s brain injury. By learning how to communicate effectively with parents as partners rather than adversaries, school staff can work together to help the child and student with a traumatic brain injury (TBI). There are suggestions on how to involve parents in the special education IEP process. It gives strategies for resolving conflicts between parents and teachers and handling emotional confrontations. There are tips for discussing the effects of a student's brain injury on learning, social skills and academic performance.
|Year||Second edition, 2011|