The Youth Brain Injury Program is a system of support for Alaska students with brain injury
The Youth Brain Injury Program supports students ages 0-21 with suspected or diagnosed brain injury and provides screening to youth served by the Division of Juvenile Justice. The program offers leadership, educational resources, training and consultation on brain injury. The program’s Brain Injury Coordinator is available to consult with and coach school district personnel in knowledge and evidence-based methods to support students with TBI and their families. Specific services may include:
- Assistance with the formation of brain injury teams
- Inservice presentations
- Student and family education
- Consultation regarding educational plans, accommodations and behavior strategies
- Facilitating communication between school, medical and corrections staff
The Youth Brain Injury Program is facilitated by SERRC with support from Alaska’s Division of Public Health, the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and Oregon’s Center for Brain Injury Research.
This referral will be sent to the program coordinator who will provide follow up contact for services as needed.
Training request for school professionals
You will receive a follow-up email from a program representative to schedule a time to further discuss your school's specific needs.