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How will my Child’s Chicago brain injury affect his education?

Child Brain injury recovery
Following a child’s brain injury, your son or daughter may experience many symptoms which could impact his or her performance in school. Recognizing this before your child’s return to the class or activities allows you the opportunity to be ready.

Effects or symptoms of a Child’s Brain Injury may include:

  1. Difficulty concentrating during lessons
  2. Frustration over the increased difficulty to master new skills
  3. Acting out at inappropriate times
  4. Inability to focus while taking exams
  5. Exhaustion before the end of the school day

School Accommodations for A Child’s Brain Injury 

It is important to communicate with the educators at your child’s school to provide appropriate accommodations.

Examples of accommodations  that the school may offer your child may include any of the following:

  1. A quiet classroom free from distractions
  2. Individualized tutoring to adapt to the increased length of time it may take to learn new skills
  3. Opportunities for rest throughout the day

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) negatively impacts the lives of victims in many ways.  Unfortunately, this includes the ability of children to learn in the same manner as they did before suffering head trauma or concussion. 

If your child suffered a concussion or brain injury, contact an experienced child brain injury lawyer. You may schedule a complimentary consultation, fill out our online form or call our office at (847) 651-7191.

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