Traumatic Brain Injury

Assistive Technology Short Term Loan Library
A wide variety of assistive technology devices, equipment, software and professional development materials are available free of charge to Arizona school personnel.
Publisher: Arizona Department of Education

Late Intellectual and Academic Outcomes Following Traumatic Brain Injury Sustained During Early Childhood
This report indicates children who sustain TBI early in life suffer significant consequences in the development of intellectual and academic functions with harmful effects on academic performance.
Authors: Linda Ewing-Cobbs, Mary Prasad, Larry Kramer, Charles Cox, James Baumgartner, Stephen Fletcher, Donna Mendez, Marcia Barnes, Xiaoling Zhang, Paul Swank
Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine

Schools as TBI Service Providers
This article discusses how knowledge of medical rehabilitation, hearing, the motor speech mechanism, language, and cognition provides a basis for SLPs serving children in both medical and school settings.
Author: Julie Haarauer-Krupa
Publication Date: July 2012
Publisher: The ASHA Leader, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Traumatic Brain Injury
This fact sheet defines TBI, describes the characteristics, offers tips for parents and teachers, and gives related information and organizations with specific expertise in this disability.
Publication Date: Updated October 2012
Publisher: National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities

Traumatic Brain Injury
The Arizona Department of Education/Exceptional Student Services offers information regarding eligibility and free training for educators and parents working with students with TBI in school and community settings.
Publisher: Exceptional Student Services, Arizona Department of Education