how to enhance the self esteem, self determination, and self advocacy of students with emotional and behavioral disorders, physical and health impairments , and traumatic brain injury?

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Answered: How can you improve your self-esteem without seeing a counsellor?

You can improve your self-esteem without seeing a counselor by following these tips. Focus on your strong points. Do things that you can be proud of. Respect yourself. Do things that improve your confidence. Learn to accept compliments. Be proactive and face situations “head-on”. Find the ...

Answered: Personality Enhancement Courses to Boost Self-Esteem?

Yes. It gives you a different perspective on your personality development. The organized approach, coaching, guidance and feedback are helpful in boosting your self-esteem.

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According to brainready.com their Top 5 are: 1) Wild Salmon 2) Cacao Beans 3) Matcha (stone-ground Gyokuru green tea powder) 4) Acai berries & Blueberries (tie) 5) Coffee beans In Alessandra's answer I noticed a wine in the picture and suddenly remember my Basset Certification . :)

Answered: If you have a brain injury and this leads to a ...

Yes, I would get a plan together and document what you can when you speak to a personal injury attorney.

Answered: Self injurious behavior

The mom who puts up these videos on you tube under "severe autism" has one video that shows different types of things you can use to protect autistic child from self injury.(helmet, hockey gear) Its called, I think, protective gear autism self injury? Google it?
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If there anyone that has more stories about epilepsy & Brain Injurys

Hi Eric, I can send you what happen to me via an auto crash. I was in a comma for 9 days. Four surgeons in the ER (after four hours) gave me 5% chance of living. This is all explained in a easy to read & understand, 34 page pamphlet entitled, "After a Brain Injury II " . The pamphlet also ...

Why do I get very tired, then dizzy and need to ...

This could all be post concussive. It could be a side effect of a medication. What has your doc said about this?

What could be the emotional effects after falling ...

A brain injury may have many different side effects. The only way to really find out is to get a thorough exam from qualified medical personell. You won't get any valid answer other than this one on any Q & A forum.