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Book: Brain Development in Children and Adolescents: What Happens After Brain Injury? < Back to Previous Page

1st January, 2008
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 by Ron Savage, Ed. D

This booklet helps parents and educators understand how the child’s brain develops and why an acquired brain injury can have both immediate and long-term consequences. It shows how a traumatic injury can disrupt the brain’s development and why changes may show up as the child grows up. By understanding how various regions of the brain develop, families and educators will recognize the relationship between and injury and changes in the child’s physical, cognitive, social, behavioral, and communicative skills.
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