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Medicine and Health Sciences

2008

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University of Dayton

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Parent Perceptions Of School-Based Support For Students With Traumatic Brain Injuries, Susan C. Davies, Shari L. Wade, Michelle Wu Jan 2008

Parent Perceptions Of School-Based Support For Students With Traumatic Brain Injuries, Susan C. Davies, Shari L. Wade, Michelle Wu

Counselor Education and Human Services Faculty Publications

Primary objective: To determine whether parents believe schools provided necessary support to their children who sustained traumatic brain injuries.

Research design: Interview, to determine parent perceptions

Methods and procedure: Sixty-six primary caregivers of school-age children who experienced a TBI within the previous 2 years were interviewed regarding what types of special support were needed by and provided for their children during the 3 months immediately following school reentry. They then rated how difficult it was to obtain support or services from the school and how satisfied they were with the support or services.

Main outcomes and results: The majority of ...