What impact might a TBI have on my child's ability to learn?

Brain injury can cause problems with learning new information.

Younger children have little previous knowledge to build new learning upon.

As a child grows, the brain develops more complex functions. A brain injury that occurs at an early stage of development may cause later problems as the child matures.

Children may have effects of brain injury as they get older, even months or years after the injury. It is important to keep this in mind if you begin to notice emotional problems in your child.

If your child has become frustrated, angry, or depressed, talk to the professionals at school about how your child's brain injury may be tied to this behavior.

Raising Special Kids is an organization of families helping families of children with disabilities and special health needs in Arizona.

What impact might a TBI have on my child's ability to learn?

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Brain injury can cause problems with learning new information.

Younger children have little previous knowledge to build new learning upon.

As a child grows, the brain develops more complex functions. A brain injury that occurs at an early stage of development may cause later problems as the child matures.

Children may have effects of brain injury as they get older, even months or years after the injury. It is important to keep this in mind if you begin to notice emotional problems in your child.

If your child has become frustrated, angry, or depressed, talk to the professionals at school about how your child's brain injury may be tied to this behavior.

Raising Special Kids is an organization of families helping families of children with disabilities and special health needs in Arizona.
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