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Lincoln Elementary School Needs Assessment Follow-Up: Examining A Community-Based Intervention, Gregory J. Dunkley
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This study explored and expanded a model of community intervention that proposes researcher, practitioner, and community member unification to produce communitywide programs used to improve society. The data were obtained from the community members of Hyrum, Utah, who participated in a needs assessment and then a follow-up survey, which began an examination and refinement process of the city's community programs. Research questions addressed the impact of the community programs in the areas of community safety, cultural relations, and family involvement.
The data suggested that after one year of program implementation, the follow-up study participants perceived a general trend of ...
Brain Injury In Children: Assessment And School-Based Interventions, Deanne Smith
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A traumatic brain injury is an acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical
force, resulting in total or partial functional disability or psychosocial impairment that adversely
affects a child's educational performance. It is considered the leading cause of mortality and
disability among children with estimates of over one million occurrences each year. The 1990
revision of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act included Traumatic Brain Injury as a
special education diagnostic category. Although this allowed students greater access to
appropriate services, it pointed out the need for additional knowledge and training for educators
working with this ...