The TBI 101 training is designed for professionals working with youth (and adults), parents and caregivers of survivors of brain injury, and any interested community members!
This overview virtual training will include basic information on acquired brain injuries including types, incidence, prevalence, and leading causes. Based on understanding brain-behavior relationships, we will review signs and symptoms of brain injury and discuss impacts in the classroom. Focus will be on formal and informal assessments to identify assets/deficits due to injury and appropriate academic strategies to support the student in the classroom and community. The adult education format will be lecture, dialogue, Q&A, and presentation.
All materials are provided for this course including PPT handouts, activity sheets, and resources.
A total of 6 contact hours for professional development/continuing education units.
IMPORTANT: This virtual training has been split into TWO days and each day is 3.5 hours with a 30-minute break 90 minutes into the session. You will need to attend both days of training to get a spot for this course.
Dates: Friday, October 9 AND Saturday, October 10, 2020
Times: Friday evening: 4:00pm-7:30pm AZ Time & Saturday: 8:30am-12:00pm AZ Time