Educational modifications for students with head injuries

Tyler, Janet Siantz; Mira, Mary P.
March 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Spring93, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p24
Academic Journal
Describes programming modifications and transition techniques educators should consider when planning for the re-entry of a student with a head injury. Acquisition of information; School staff preparation; Child preparation; Provision of a homebound instruction; Educational modifications; Other modifications.


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