Introduction to Concussions (Part 2)

How to Support Them

Recovery from concussions is a sensitive process. This session identifies key considerations for concussion recovery, how to support students and their teachers during the recovery process, and how to support long-term symptoms.

It is recommended to attend Introduction to Concussions (Part 1): What They Are and When to Call Them Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs), but not required.

Participants Will

  • Brainstorm teams for school re-entry following concussions
  • Access materials for monitoring and accommodating concussions
  • Understand the continuum of informal accommodations, formalized accommodations, and special education modifications

Intended Audience

  • School Psychologists
  • School Counselors
  • 504 Plan Coordinators
  • School Nurses


Thursday, February 23rd, 2023, From 3:30pm - 5:00pm


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About the Trainer

Natalie Jocic, M.S., LEP, ABSNP is a school psychologist with CA Department of Education's (CDE) Diagnostic Center of Northern CA (DCN). Her background is in early childhood education, and she has been a district-based school psychologist and program specialist before transitioning to Diagnostic Center ten years ago. She has had the opportunity to be part of CDE's Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup, present at various national and state conferences, and to coach school district staff for their counseling enriched programs, autism programs, and best practices for cognitive assessments.