Educational Needs of Children with Traumatic Brain Injury

This report focuses on the extent to which public schools across America are meeting the educational needs of children with traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai

The Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai (BIRC-MS) conducts cutting-edge research, with a primary focus on addressing the challenges of living with traumatic brain injury, or TBI. In several recent studies, we have evaluated the effectiveness of interventions on the cognitive, emotional and behavioral functioning of people with brain injuries. Our research, conducted since 1987, has greatly expanded the knowledge base with respect to long-term challenges that people with TBI face, as well as approaches to leading better lives after injury.

Mount Sinai Injury Control Research Center (ICRC)

New York Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (NYTBIMS)

Do I have a Brain Injury?

Millions of Americans have experienced blows to the head but are unaware that the problems they face, such as poor memory or emotional problems, may be caused by a brain injury. Learn More or View Video

 

Director

Wayne Gordon, PhD
Tel: 212-824-8372
Fax: 212-348-5901
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Wayne Gordon, PhD, is the director of the Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai. Dr. Gordon is the Jack Nash Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Vice Chair and Associate Director of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.

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Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai
5 E. 98th Street, B-15
New York, NY 10029
888-241-5152

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Please email: margaret.brown@mssm.edu

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