Children with TBI

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Children with TBI










1. Almost ___________ emergency department visits each year for a TBI occur among children 0-14.





2. The symptoms of a brain injury in children have the same functional impact as a brain injury experienced by adults?



3. After a TBI, children





4. Children may experience a variety of emotions and challenges after the TBI.



5. You can help a child adjust to the TBI by





6. According to the article, Pediatric Brain Injury, what are the three areas monitored with the Cognitive-Communicative Checklist?





7. Accommodations and interventions should





8. When working with children with attention and concentration difficulties it is important to





9. It is important to try to prevent behaviors before they develop. One way to do this might be to





10. One way to help a child with memory difficulties might be to repeat information frequently



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