Creating Self-Regulation Intervention Plans for Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries

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The purpose of this presentation is to provide a framework for the development of supports for individuals with organizational impairments, attention difficulties, and/or challenging behaviors focusing on assessment that is context-sensitive and collaborative, and on the development of intervention plans that are pro-active and developed to prevent problems from emerging. Within this framework, intervention plans are developed that integrate cognitive and communicative approaches, focus on the inclusion of meaningful activities in an individual’s daily routine, and, most importantly, are developed with the goal of helping individuals with multiple cognitive, communication and behavioral challenges learn to regulate themselves.

Title of Training: PA Low Incidence Institute
Presenter: Beth Urbanczyk
Training Date: 07/31/2014

Topic: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

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