Children: What to Expect

 

 

Brain injury symptoms in children and teens are similar to those experienced by adults, but the functional impact can be very different. Children are not small adults; the brain of a child is still developing.

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The brain of a child is continuing to develop.  Research has shown that the a child can recover quicker from a brain injury than an adult because they are younger and their brain is better able to recover is not the case. A brain injury actually can have a more devastating impact on a child that an injury of the same severity on a mature adult..

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