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Supporting pupils with acquired brain injury

Pupil wellbeing SENCOs
Acquired brain injury (ABI) will affect an average of one child in every classroom.

N-ABLES – the National ABI Education and Learning Syndicate – is offering schools free resources to help support these pupils, including when they return to the classroom after sustained periods away. The resources are aimed at both teachers and SENCOs.

The resources include a back-to-school booklet, poster and checklists which will help professionals involved in helping children with ABI prepare for a successful return and to help progress their recovery. There are also resources to support information-sharing at school.

The SENCO/keyworker checklist and supporting information documents are practical resources for educational professionals to share information about a brain injury, and ensure that all vital steps have been carried out before the child returns to school.

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