Return to School

A brain injury can change the way a student behaves, moves, thinks, and learns, and can affect a student’s ability to succeed in school. The more educators know about brain injury the better prepared they will be to support students with brain injury in their classroom.

Return to School (RTS) Return to School (RTS) is a free materials and training specifically for Washington educators, parents, and community providers.  Part of the RTS program resources materials is for in the classroom, upcoming webinars, instructional videos and the Brain Injury Management Toolkit. 

Return to School training includes the In the Classroom course for educators. 

Washington State Professional Educator Standards Board, Approved Clock Hour Provider. Completion of this course is approved for 10 clock hours. 

CrashCourse - Teach Aid’s latest health education initiative, educates youth on the prevention and treatment of concussions

Return to School was developed in collaboration with the Washington Traumatic Brain Injury Strategic Partnership Advisory Council (TBI Council), DSHS, and the Center on Brain Injury Research and Training (CBIRT)