Give examples of strategies to prevent traumatic brain injuries in infants and young children. #2112


Give examples of strategies to prevent traumatic brain injuries in infants and young children.

Prevent traumatic brain injuries in infants and young children with these effective strategies. Understand the causes and consequences of traumatic brain injury in this age group. Ideal for early childhood education and child care centers.

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Related Outcomes

  1. Identify the signs of traumatic brain injury in infants and young children.
  2. Explain the possible causes and results of traumatic brain injury in infants and young children.
  3. Give examples of strategies caregivers can use to ensure safe sleeping habits and the prevention of SIDS/SUIDS in infants.
  4. Give examples of strategies caregivers can teach young children to cope with grief in healthy ways.
  5. Give examples of strategies to help children resolve conflict amongst themselves.
  6. Give examples of resources and referrals for infants and toddlers and children with a suspect/diagnosed disability
  7. Give examples of strategies caregivers can use to prevent biting.
  8. Describe the difference between unintentional injuries and nonfatal injuries children can experience.
  9. Give examples of ways to apply and model ethical behavior and professional integrity with all children and youth.
  10. Give examples of new open-ended art techniques to use with children.
  11. Give examples of developmentally appropriate musical activities for children.
  12. Give examples regarding the prevention of illness in child care programs
  13. Give examples of appropriate sensory activities for infants and toddlers.
  14. Identify common interaction strategies to help promote a positive classroom environment for young children.
  15. Give examples of ways to collaborate with other professionals involved in the care and education of all children and youth.
  16. Demonstrate understanding of brain development in young children.
  17. Give examples of strategies in responding to typical child care situations.
  18. Demonstrate an understanding of brain development in young children.

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