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I hope this message finds you and yours safe and healthy.
I’m wondering you could share with me resources on how to manage what a student described to me as “cognitive impairment,” “really bad brain fog”.
The student has not disclosed more, so I don’t know more than this other than it’s a fairly long-standing condition that has, periodically, other significant physiological symptoms.
If anyone knows of particularly good resources for dealing with concussions (not accommodations by instructors, rather strategies for students) or post-concussion syndrome, that might be a start, so please let me know.
Take care all,
Dominic (Nic) J. Voge || Senior Associate Director || he, him, his
McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning || Princeton University
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