This is an important article to share with teachers, school nurses, counselors, and principals. They are given little if any training on the effect of health problems on learning and behavior. This is an important issue that needs to be an important part of training for schools since students end up being penalized for factors they can’t control. There are many strategies that I would be able to share with them to help make sure that their students are as available for learning, making accommodations and interventions that truly fit.
Children with migraines are much more inclined to suffer from behavioral issues, such as anxiety, depression, and social and attention issues than those who do not have headaches.
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