November 11, 2021
Developing educational interventions for children with brain injury-related neurological impairments begins with understanding that helpful interventions a) target specific behaviors and activities, rather than “discrete” neurological impairments, b) apply to all settings in which the behavior/activity is likely to occur, and c) include practice opportunities outside the classroom environment. This session will discuss the value of supplementing task-and skills-specific classroom interventions with practice opportunities that help children with brain injury-related neurological impairments generalize learned skills to real world situations/environments.
Title of Training: HELIX Conference
Training Date: 11/09/2021