Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

BrainSTEPS - Strategies Teaching Educators, Parents and Students

  • June 12th, 2012
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A School Re-Entry Program for Children with Brain Injuries

BrainSTEPS is a Child and Adolescent Brain Injury School Re-Entry Program under the funding of the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania and in partnership with the Bureau of Special Education and PaTTAN. This program is working to make certain that those who must provide educational support to children with acquired brain injuries, or those previously identified as having a brain injury that may begin to develop educational effects, have a good understanding of brain injury and the resulting challenges. Supports and interventions, designed from researched-based practices, are provided to help these students achieve educational success. The BrainSTEPS Consulting Teams in IUs across the commonwealth provide:

  • Consultation with School and Medical Professionals
  • School Re-entry Planning
  • Educational Programming
  • Long-term Monitoring
  • Training and Support for District Personnel

For general information about the BrainSTEPS Program contact:
Brenda Eagan Brown, M.S.Ed., CBIS
Program Coordinator
Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania
Email: eaganbrown@biapa.org
Website: www.brainsteps.net

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