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by Beth Wicks,Sue Walker

Download The Education of Children with Acquired Brain Injury ePub
  • ISBN 1843120518
  • ISBN13 978-1843120513
  • Language English
  • Author Beth Wicks,Sue Walker
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (July 15, 2005)
  • Pages 164
  • Formats lrf lit mobi lrf
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1195 kb
  • Size Fb2 1886 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 624

Teachers have to be aware of their pupils' special educational needs. Find out what an acquired brain injury is and how to maximize learning opportunities for those with the condition with this book. The book should help you to: support pupils with an ABI by using appropriate teaching methods; be alert to the social and emotional difficulties experienced by pupils with an ABI; work in partnership with families and other professionals following helpful guidelines; and access all the information you need with a glossary of terms and a list of resources and organizations.


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Sue and Beth have written from their wealth of knowledge and experience of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) within the British educational system. No longer do we have to 'translate' experiences and advice from other nations' educational cultures. Teachers have to be aware of their pupils' special educational needs. Find out what an acquired brain injury is and how to maximize learning opportunities for those with the condition with this book.

Beth Wicks, Sue Walker. The book should help you to: support pupils with an ABI by using appropriate teaching methods; be alert to the social and emotional difficulties experienced by pupils with an Teachers have to be aware of their pupils' special educational needs

by Beth Wicks and Sue Walker. Find out what an acquired brain injury is and how to maximize learning opportunities for those with the condition with this book

by Beth Wicks and Sue Walker.

Sue Walker is an Educational Psychologist specialising in the needs of children with acquired brain injury. Foreword Preface 1. Understanding the developing brain 2. What happens in brain injury? 3. Why does ABI provoke different special educational needs?

Sue Walker is an Educational Psychologist specialising in the needs of children with acquired brain injury. Beth Wicks is an Education Consultant, specialising in acquired brain injury. Why does ABI provoke different special educational needs?

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Sue Brannan Walker, Beth Wicks. Foreword What is an acquired bain injury Understanding the developing brain What happens in brain injury Most commen areas of difficulty provoked by ABI Why does ABI provoke different specia. More). Service provision for children and young people with acquired brain injury: Practice recommendations. Audrey McKinlay, Mark Linden, +12 authors Beth Wicks. The Education of Children with Acquired Brain Injury. Sue Brannan Walker, Beth Wicks.

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Educating Children with Acquired Brain Injury is an authoritative resource book on the effects of brain injury on young people and how educators can understand and support their needs.

Educating Children with Acquired Brain Injury is an authoritative resource book on the effects of brain injury on young people and how . Educating Children and Young People with Acquired Brain Injury. By Sue Walker, Beth Wicks. 178 pages 3 B/W Illus.

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Elizabeth
This is very helpful to give to teachers who are not familiar with non-traumatic brain injury. Many brain injury sufferer's have significantly more issues related to impulsivity, memory, aggression, etc., that teachers are not expecting. I find this a helpful way for them to understand/appreciate the difference between an a child who may have a ASD diagnosis and one that has significant medical problems.
Pipet
I am starting to get involved in offering neuropsychological rehabilitation for children after brain injury here at the Oliver Zangwill Centre in Ely, England. It was such a relief to discover this book has been written and that it is of consistently good quality throughout. I think that it should be sent to the school of any child who returns to school after brain injury, and that the teachers are given time to read it. At this stage, where I'm new to this aspect of brain injury rehab, I think it covers all the main topics. Seems like good value as well!
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