Educating Educators about ABI

It is estimated that there are approximately 27,000 students who have experienced a brain injury in the classrooms of Ontario. This manual is intended as a resource to anyone involved in the education of a student who is living with the effects of an Acquired Brain Injury.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1- Brain and Function in the Context of Acquired Brain Injury

Chapter 2 - Understanding ABI from a Developmental Perspective

Chapter 3 - The Challenges of Working with ABI

Chapter 4 - Working with ABI in the School Setting

Chapter 5 - General Techniques for Working with Individuals with ABI

Chapter 6 - Individual Program Planning/Returning to School

Chapter 7 - A Team Approach to Assessment and Planning

Chapter 8 - Role of the Parents

Chapter 9 - Appendices