Cortex Boards for TBI Students
1 R43 HD33329-01,
Every year approximately 16,000 to 20,000 school age children sustain traumatic brain injuries (TBIimpairment of cognitive abilities and physical functioning. The innate ability of TBI students to leenvironment is compromised because of their difficulty in receiving, processing, and storing new infhave memory impairments and process information at reduced rates. If the TBI student is presented wimanner that compensates for his impairments, significant progress can occur. The purpose of this reshardware/software techniques that can aid in transferring classroom information to the TBI student.the TBI student in learning new information and decrease student and teacher frustration.
Small Business Information at Submission:
Principal Investigator:Mary Pidgeon
515 Evergreen Street West Lafayette, IN 47906
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