Parents and Families
Parents and Families need information...and FAST. No one sees a brain injury coming. It's important to learn all you can. Doctors, nurses, therapists, teachers...they will all be bombarding you with information. Get a head start...




Trying to figure out the school system can be tricky. Being prepared for meetings can mean all the difference in your child's return to school. Click below.


Project BRAIN

Parent Guide to Special Education Services in SC

504 or IEP
Personal Stories can help someone feel like they are not alone. Networking with others is an important part of Brain Injury Education and Recovery. Search through TBI pages filled with someone else's story.
Kid's Corner
School
College
What is an advocate?

Webster defines an advocate as someone who promotes or supports the interest of another.

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ADVOCACY






Measuring Milestones after TBI


Driving After Brain Injury

Medical Homebound Form
South Carolina Department of Education
The Office of Exceptional Children

Toll Free Helpline: This line is to serve parents, advocates and agency representatives who have questions about the education of students with disabilities. Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Calls will be returned within three business days. Please call 1-866-628-0910.