Training for professionals and family on behaviors after brain injury
or neuro-impairment and assessments/interventions.
TBI 202 IS VALUABLE FOR ANYONE WORKING IN THE SCHOOLS OR WITH YOUR: Counselors, general education teachers, SPED teachers, related service personnel, administrators, support staff, and parents.
This in-depth behavior workshop will include an overview of brain-behavior relationships, the importance of frontal lobe and the limbic system development and function, signs/symptoms of brain injury and neurological impairments as observable behaviors. Focus will be on executive functioning, behavior management and determining students’ strengths and assets using a hypothesis testing approach to assess and create appropriate interventions and strategies for use in the classroom and community. A "Zones of Self-Regulation" discussion will be included. The format will be lecture with open discussion, presentation and live Q&A.
All materials are provided for this course including PPT handouts, activity sheets and resources.
A total of 6 contact hours for professional development/continuing education units.
**IMPORTANT - THERE IS A PRE-REQUISITE OF ATTENDING A TBI 100 OR 101 TO ATTEND THIS TRAINING. If you have any questions regarding pre-req's please contact Tiffany Wilkinson at [email protected].
IMPORTANT: This virtual training has been split into FOUR Wednesday's and each day is a 90 minute segment. You will need to attend ALL FOUR DAYS of training to get a spot for this course.
Dates are: (four consecutive Wednesdays) - October 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th, 2022.
Times: Each session will be from 3:30pm-5:00pm AZ Time (MST).