Supporting a brain-injured child on the return to school

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When a child suffers a brain injury, in particular after an accident, it can be difficult for them to reintegrate back into school. They could suffer from cognitive issues, behavioural difficulties and a lack of confidence and need that extra support to ensure they can succeed at the best of their ability. Here, Caroline Klage, Head of Child Brain Injury at Bolt Burdon Kemp, provides legal advice on how children with a brain injury should be supported when back to school. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)

DATE: 25/09/2017
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