Promoting Student Health For Student Success


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Resources for Physically Impaired
Resources for Traumatic Brain Injury: For more information, contact Deb Williamson, Statewide Specialist for PI and TBI at 612-638-1532 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. To subscribe to the P/HD Listserv, contact Deb Williamson. The Traumatic Brain Injury Center at Hennepin County Medical Center has launched a brain injury awareness and prevention program titled This website will teach visitors about brain function, give prevention tips and link them to and other websites for more information about brain injury. The highlight of the website however, is the ability to "build your own brain". As you learn about the different lobes of the brain, you can drag in pictures that represent the function of the lobe and that symbolize what you as an individual like to do. You can then print your own brain, email it to a friend or post it on the website gallery. While anyone can build their own brain, we find that ages 8 and up (or any age familiar with how a computer works) enjoy this interactive site.
Fact Sheets for Chronic Health Conditions: As part of the Other Health Disabilities Low Incidence Project, these fact sheets were developed in collaboration with the Other Health Disabilities Specialist, School Nurses of Minnesota (SNOM), and the Region 10 Physical Health Disabilities Network. - Link unavailable
Fact Sheets from the Minnesota Association of Children's Mental Health