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A Real Difference
for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
By the Numbers

                                      1.4 Million people sustain a TBI each year in the U.S.
             ...
Causes of TBI
                                      Falls, 28%
                                      Motor vehicle-traffic ...
Common Consequences
   Of those hospitalized with a TBI, about 40% had at least one unmet need for services one year after...
Changes
                                      Functional changes affecting
                                             th...
A Success Story
             Tony is a 10-year-old boy who, at a very early age (just
             learning to walk) had a...
A Success Story

             When Tony came to Lindamood-Bell, school was a great
             struggle due to his academ...
A Success Story

             Tony’s instruction got off to a great start as help from his
             behaviorist was ef...
A Success Story

             Tony’s parents then signed him up for the Lindamood-Bell®
             “School Program” for ...
A Success Story
                 Tony’s Scores:
                                            Pre-Test   Re-Test

          ...
A Success Story
                                      Way to go Tony!


             At last report, Tony is doing very we...
Hope for Improvement
              Referral Sources:

                                      • Brainline.org
              ...
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Lindamood-Bell Learning Center TBI summary

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Lindamood-Bell Learning Centers summary on students with self-reported diagnosis of TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). This presentation highlights real student profiles and results post instruction at a Lindamood-Bell Learning Center.

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    1. 1. A Real Difference for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
    2. 2. By the Numbers 1.4 Million people sustain a TBI each year in the U.S. 50,000 die 235,000 are hospitalized 1.1 Million are treated and released from an ER Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as posted on brainline.org © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    3. 3. Causes of TBI Falls, 28% Motor vehicle-traffic accidents, 20% Struck by/against events, 19% Assaults, 11% Blasts are a leading cause of TBI for active duty military personnel in war zones. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as posted on brainline.org © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    4. 4. Common Consequences Of those hospitalized with a TBI, about 40% had at least one unmet need for services one year after injury. Improving memory and problem solving Managing stress and emotional upsets Controlling one’s temper Improving one’s job skills Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as posted on brainline.org © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    5. 5. Changes Functional changes affecting thinking behavior language sensation learning epilepsy emotions Alzheimer’s/ Parkinson’s Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as posted on brainline.org © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    6. 6. A Success Story Tony is a 10-year-old boy who, at a very early age (just learning to walk) had a TV fall on him causing a TBI. Up to that point Tony had met every developmental milestone on time or early. After the injury, Tony’s parents began noticing delays in several social and academic areas despite repeated exposure to concepts. Source: LindamoodBell.com © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    7. 7. A Success Story When Tony came to Lindamood-Bell, school was a great struggle due to his academic, behavioral, and social challenges. He was a very frustrated non-reader who acted out in class when attention was drawn to his difficulties. © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    8. 8. A Success Story Tony’s instruction got off to a great start as help from his behaviorist was effective in minimizing behavior problems as instruction began. After about 5 weeks, Tony began to realize that he was getting much better at reading. © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    9. 9. A Success Story Tony’s parents then signed him up for the Lindamood-Bell® “School Program” for 6 hours/day. In the end, Tony’s improvements were years of gain. This led to improved confidence for Tony that carried over to home and school. © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    10. 10. A Success Story Tony’s Scores: Pre-Test Re-Test Paragraph Comprehension 1st 37th Percentile Paragraph Fluency <1st 37th Percentile Word Recognition 1.6 4.9 Grade Level Word Attack 1.9 6.2 Grade Level Spelling K.4 4.7 Grade Level Math 2.2 5.9 Grade Level Word Opposites <6-0 9-6 Mental Age © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    11. 11. A Success Story Way to go Tony! At last report, Tony is doing very well in school and requires no special education assistance at all. He is keeping up or ahead of his classmates in almost all subject areas. © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
    12. 12. Hope for Improvement Referral Sources: • Brainline.org • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention • Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes •800-300-1818 www.LindamoodBell.com © Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

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