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Synopsis of "7% - Students with Complicated Concussions":

Post-concussion syndrome (PCS) may occur in approximately 5-7% of students who sustain a concussion.  Students with post concussive syndrome may demonstrate symptoms and learning issues, a year, or sometimes several years.  This training will address what schools can do to help students with post-concussion syndrome to be successful.  It will address students' lack of executive skills when they have post-concussion syndrome.  Some students with PCS may also exhibit co-morbid conditions such as ADHD, ODD, and/or Anxiety Disorder, which can complicate the student being successful in the school setting.

The instructor will be Aleecia Starkey, MSP, CCC-SLP, CBIS, Consultant for Students with Brain Injury.

Important Session Information:

NO COST TO PDC DISTRICTS.  Lunch will be provided at the Coop.

Nursing CNE's will be applied for.

This workshop will take place at the County Line School District campus, located next to the Guy Fenter Education Service Coop.

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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(5) Hours
Seats Filled:
15 / 50
Contact Person:
Cheryl Ziegler
Aleecia Starkey
Miranda Curbow
Audiences:  PreK-12, Staff, Asst. Principals, ParaProfessionals, Special Ed, Instructional Leaders, School Nurse
Date Time Location
7/24/2018 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Guy Fenter Education Service Cooperative - Guy Fenter ESC Administration - Suite E