|Education Accommodations After High School|
Education accommodation is any change or adjustment to required tasks or the classroom that allows students with disabilities to have an equal opportunity to experience education just like other students.
|Financial Aid Resources for College|
Searching for scholarships for a student with a brain injury may feel overwhelming. The Brain Injury Association developed this resource to assist students and parents in their search.
|Help Your Child Be Successful at School After A TBI|
Parents and families play a crucial role in helping children return to school and activities after a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). The more you know about TBI, the more you can help make sure your child is feeling well, and is successful at school.
|Preparing for Life After High School|
For students with traumatic brain injury (TBI), the basic transition challenges are the same as for any young person, yet they are usually more complex. Good planning greatly improves the chances that the move from high school to young adulthood will be a successful one.
|Returning To School After Traumatic Brain Injury|
Parental involvement is often critical when a young person is returning to school after a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Parents have the most knowledge about their child and are deeply invested in their daughter’s or son’s well-being and future.
|Returning to Studies|
Identifies potential challenges in returning to studies after a TBI and strategies to deal with these new challenges as they arise.
|Special Education Services|
This quick guide provides information about eligibility for special education services, services available, and how to apply for services.
|Transitioning Out of School for Students with TBI|
This handout provides information about transition services and transitioning to college.