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The Appointment that Can’t Wait: Developing Comprehensive Disability Resources Services for Students with Concussion on College Campuses

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Concussion can have immediate and potentially devastating impact on the college student as they try to navigate return to the classroom. Effectively serving students with concussion in DR requires an immediacy in response and approach to accommodations that is tailored to the student’s unique symptomatology and course of recovery. This research to practice based webinar will:

  • provide attendees with an update on the latest concussion research
  • describe the impact of concussion on the college student
  • highlight unique considerations for the student-athlete
  • delineate how to partner with Athletics Sports Medicine programs and Student Health Services to facilitate access and a team approach.
  • detail considerations for the initial interview, authorizing academic accommodations, and working with students with persistent concussion symptoms.
Did you miss the live webinar? You can now purchase a recording of this webinar and others from the Fall 2021 Recorded Webinar Series.


  • Nancy Resendes Chinn

    Dr. Nancy Resendes Chinn has spent her career in the field of brain injury in clinical settings as a speech-language pathologist, and as a faculty member in Disability Resources working in both Sports Medicine and Veterans Affairs programs at Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) in Northern California. She has collaborated with SRJC Sports Medicine to develop and maintain a comprehensive and innovative concussion management program for athletics and club sports, earning national recognition for concussion management in higher education. She has presented on the topic of concussion both nationally and internationally. Dr. Chinn is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, on the board of North Coast Concussion Management, and conducts research on the topic of concussion education in collegiate sport. Her most recent study addresses an innovative approach to concussion education and reporting behavior. She currently serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, and is chair of the AHEAD Research Review Panel.

November 10, 2021
Wed 2:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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