U of O
The Center on Brain Injury
Research & Training

Common Classroom Problems Associated with TBI

Common Classroom Problems

Long Term Consquences of TBI

There is a tendency when working with students who have had a brain injury to believe that the early rapid physical healing indicates cognitive recovery will be equally rapid and complete. Unfortunately, physical recovery is not an indication that long-term recovery will continue rapidly or be complete. Two years after a brain injury, the following problems continued in two separate studies.

"Patricia Sublette, PhD (2007)

Ponsford, J. Sloan, S. Snow P. (1995). Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation for Everyday Adaptive Living. Hove, U.K.: Lawrence Erlbaum

Glenn MB, O'Neil-Pirozzi T, Goldstein R, Burke D, Jacob L. (2001). Depression amongst outpatients with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 15(9), 811-818."

Sources:

Ponsford, J. Sloan, S. Snow P. (1995).Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation for Everyday Adaptive Living.Hove, U.K.: Lawrence Erlbaum

Glenn MB, O'Neil-Pirozzi T, Goldstein R, Burke D, Jacob L. (2001). Depression amongst outpatients with traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,15(9), 811-818.