Brain Injury Support
Our brain injury and support program, called BrainSTEPS, is a child and adolescent brain injury program that assists with re-entry to school. This program works to ensure that those who provide educational support to children with acquired brain injuries (ABI), or those identified previously as having a traumatic or nontraumatic brain injury (TBI/nTBI) have access to information about best practices. These supports are offered to help students achieve educational success through research-based support services until graduation.
Our consultants are professionals from various disciplines who receive continuous training on current trends and practices specific to children with brain injuries. As consultants they are available to provide the following services:
School re-entry planning
Consultation with educators and community providers
Technical assistance with educational programming
Consultation to parents
Brain injury awareness training
For more information on brain injuries and concussions, or BrainSTEPS services, please visit the website at www.brainsteps.net.
Dr. LeeAnn Grisolano
CAIU BrainSTEPS Team Leader Lgrisolano@caiu.org
(717)732-8400, Ext. 8119