Elizabeth Wescott, Salvador Bondoc, Barbara Nadeau, Emily Czaja, Anna DeSimone, Alexandra Goldstein, Brittney Gravel, Megan Hayward, Noelle Johnson, Melissa Ricciuto, Katelyn Santos; Concussion and the Collegiate Student: Impact on Quality of Life, Academic Participation, and Coping. Am J Occup Ther 2020;74(4_Supplement_1):7411505086. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2020.74S1-PO1026
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Date Presented 03/26/20
Concussion can cause changes in emotion and functioning. Symptoms, whether resolving in a few days or persisting for months, can disrupt academic life, causing disengagement or poor performance. Lingering symptoms, impact on quality of life and academics, and coping strategies utilized by students in the management of concussion will be identified. The potential role of OT faculty as consultants to the Office of Disabilities for environmental adaptations to optimize engagement is discussed.
Primary Author and Speaker: Elizabeth Wescott
Additional Authors and Speakers: Salvador Bondoc
Contributing Authors: Barbara Nadeau, Emily Czaja, Anna DeSimone, Alexandra Goldstein, Brittney Gravel, Megan Hayward, Noelle Johnson, Melissa Ricciuto, Katelyn Santos
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