Explaining Brain Injury, Blast Injury and PTSD to Children and Teens
Marilyn Lash, M.S.W., Janelle Breese Biagioni and Tonya Hellard
(offered by Lash & Associates Publishers)
Donna O’Donnell Figurski
When a parent is injured, sons and daughters often feel confused, scared, anxious, and angry. This guide helps parents explain the physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and communicative changes that can follow a brain injury, blast injury, or PTSD. Using examples from children of all ages, it helps children understand their emotional reactions to a parent’s injury or PTSD. Each chapter has an exercise for children and practical tips for children, parents, and professionals.
To locate additional books pertaining to brain injury, please check out Lash & Associates Publishing/Training Inc.
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