Janet Tyler, Ph.D., CBIST
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Janet Siantz Tyler, Ph.D., CBIST
 
Brain Injury Educational Consultant/Trainer

jtyler@kstbi.org

913-439-1948

Some of Dr. Tyler's Past Brain Injury Conference Presentations Include:

 

What’s Next: Post Secondary Transition Planning for Students with ABI. Invited Address, 2013 Youth and Family Brain Injury Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 2013.

 

Sports Injuries and Concussion. Invited Address, Greater Kansas City Society of Pediatric Nurses Spring Conference, Kansas City, Kansas, April 2012.

 

Concussion and Return to School. Invited Address (with M. Korth), Brain Injury Association of Kansas & Greater Kansas City Annual Professional Conference, Overland Park, Kansas, March 2012.

 

Moving On with Ease:  Transition Planning for Students with TBI. Invited Address, Pennsylvania Low Incidence Institute, State College, Pennsylvania, August 2011.

 

Transitions: Strategies for Meeting the Needs of Youth with Brain Injury. Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Kansas & Greater KC Annual Professional Conference, Overland Park, Kansas, March 2011.

           

TBI Training and Technical Assistance Teams: A Statewide Model to Improve School Services. Invited Address (with B. Todis, & B. E. Brown), Eighth World Congress on Brain Injury, Washington, D.C., March 2010.


TBI and the Educator. Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of Iowa’s Best Practices in Brain Injury Service Deliver: XVII, Des Moines, Iowa, March 2009.

 

School Issues for Children with Brain Injury. Invited Address (with J. Peterson-Shea), Brain Injury Association of America’s National Brain Injury Caregiver’s Conference, Dallas, Texas, June 2008.

 

Planning for the Transition from School Services to Adulthood. Invited Address (with L. Wilkerson), Brain Injury Association of America’s National Brain Injury Caregiver’s Conference, Dallas, Texas, June 2008.

 

Education and Training of Professionals in Brain Injury. Invited Address (with A. Glang), North American Brain Injury Society’s 5th Annual Conference on Brain Injury, San Antonio, Texas, September 2007.

 

Traumatic Brain Injury in the Classroom: What You Need to Know. Invited Address, National School-Based Health Care Convention, Washington, DC, June 2007.

 

Evaluating, Programming for, and Monitoring Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. Keynote Address, Kansas Association of School Psychologists’ 2006 Convention, Hutchinson, Kansas, October 2006.

 

Managing Children with Brain Injuries through the School Years. Invited Address, North American Brain Injury Society’s Annual Conference, Miami, Florida, September 2006.

 

Identification and Appropriate Service Delivery for Children who have TBI in the Schools. Invited Address (with J. Dise-Lewis, & A. Glang), 2nd Federal Interagency Conference on TBI, Bethesda, Maryland, March 2006.

 

Identification and Appropriate Service Delivery for Children with TBI in the Schools. Invited Address (with A. Glang), 2005 Maternal and Child Health Federal/State Partnership Meeting, Washington, D.C., October 2005.

 

Meeting the Long-Term Needs of Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited Address, 38th Annual Midwest School Social Work Conference, Wichita, Kansas, October 2005.

 

Service Delivery for Children who have TBI. Invited Webcast (with A. Glang, & R. DePompei), National TBI Technical Assistance Center, July 2005.

 

What Paraprofessional Need to Know When Serving Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. With L. Wilkerson, Council for Exceptional Children 2004 Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2004.

 

Recognizing Interactions between Cognitive Processes and Classroom Behaviors. With R. DePompei, Council for Exceptional Children 2003 Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington, April 2003.

 

School Reintegration Following TBI: Challenges and Strategies. Invited Address, Children's Hospital Rehabilitation Conference, Columbus, Ohio, September 2002.

 

Traumatic Brain Injury in the School-Aged Child: Instructional Strategies for Addressing Long-Term Deficits. Invited Address, Brain Injury Association of America's 21st Annual Symposium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 2002.

 

Key Teaching Strategies. Invited Address, Bancroft NeuroHealth ABCs of ABI Conference on Pediatric Brain Injury, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, April 2002.


Key Teaching Strategies. Invited Address, Bancroft NeuroHealth ABCs of ABI Conference on Pediatric Brain Injury, Long Beach, California, March 2002.


Educational Services for Students with Traumatic Brain Injury in Kansas. Invited Address, 12th Annual State of the States in Head Injury Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, December 2001.

 

How Shall We Help?  Teaching Strategies That Work. Invited Address, 20th Annual National Brain Injury Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia, July 2001.

 

Educating Students with Traumatic brain Injury:  What We Know and What We Still Need to Learn.  Keynote Address, Minnesota State TBI Spring Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 2001.

 

Planning In-School Transitions for Students with TBI. Invited Address, Minnesota State TBI Spring Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 2001.

 

Developing Educational Support Teams:  Building Capacity to Serve Students with Brain Injury. With A. Glang, Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, April 2001.

 

Serving Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. Full-day pre-conference workshop for educators and parents, (with B. Todis, A. Glang, R. DePompei, & B., Urbanczyk), Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, April 2001.

 

Kansas Traumatic Brain Injury Miniteams. Invited Address, 9th Annual Provider Alliance Conference, Brain Injury Association of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa, March 2001.

 

The Kansas Traumatic Brain Injury Project. Invited Address, Overland Park Regional Medical Center Pediatric Trauma Conference, Overland Park, Kansas, September 2000.

 

Proactive Planning for Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. 18th Annual National Brain Injury Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, July 2000.

 

What's Different?: Educating Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. With A. Glang, B.  Allen & C. Wong, Council for Exceptional Children, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, April 2000.

 

Training Educators to Meet the Needs of Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited Address, Bancroft NeuroHealth Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1999.                       

                       

Pediatric Brain Injury: Training Educators and Creating Networks. With S. Pearson, 3rd World Congress on Brain Injury, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, June 1999.

 

Education Issues:  Early Education & Special Education for Children Youth & Adolescents with Brain Injury. Invited Address, International Brain Injury Association, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, May 1998.                       

 

Serving Students with Traumatic Brain Injury: Strategies for Success.  Invited Address, Iowa Conference on low Incidence Disabilities, Des Moines, Iowa, April 1998.

 

Long-Term Perspectives on Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury. With A. Glang & B. Todis, Brain Injury Association 16th Annual Symposium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 1997.

 

School Re-Entry for Children with Acquired Brain Injury.  Invited Address, Children’s Mercy Hospital Pediatric Nursing Research Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, May 1997.                       

 

Training Educators to Serve Students with Brain Injury: Where Are We and Where Are We Going? With S. Pearson, A. Glang, & B. Todis, Brain Injury Association’s 15th Annual National Symposium, Dallas, Texas, November 1996.


Serving Students with Traumatic Brain Injury:  Strategies for Success. Pacific Rim Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 1995.

 

Educational Planning & Strategies.  Invited Address, Second Annual Western New York Regional Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, Amherst, New York, March 1995.                        

Kansas Statewide Preservice/Inservice Program in the Area of Traumatic Brain Injury. National Head Injury Foundation 13th Annual National Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, November 1994.

 

Adaptations to School and At Work. Invited Address, US Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Service’s National Brain Injury Conference, Chicago, Illinois, November 1994.

 

Educational Accommodations for College Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries. With K. Jackson, Eight Annual Cognitive Rehabilitation & Community Integration After Brain Injury Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October 1994.

 

Providing Education Services for Children and Youth with TBI: Personnel Training Needs.  National Head Injury Foundation, 11th Annual National Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts, December 1992.

 

Preparing School Personnel to Serve Children with Head Injures. Invited Address, Fifth Annual Missouri Head Injury Advisory Council Conference, Jefferson City, Missouri, May 1990.

 

School Re-Entry. Invited Address, Alabama Department of Education's Spring Outreach Conference for Educators, Guntersville, Alabama, April 1990.

 

Meeting the Educational Needs of Children with Traumatic Brain Injuries. 5th Pan American Conference on Rehabilitation and Special Education, South Padre Island, Texas, April 1990.

 

Traumatically Head Injured Children in the LD Classroom. The 1989 Joint Conference on Learning Disabilities, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 1989.

 

Traumatic Head Injury: Implications for School Psychologists.  21st Annual National Association of School Psychologists Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, April 1989.

 

Training Professionals to Serve Traumatically Brain Injured Children. 5th National Traumatic Brain Injury Symposium, Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems, Baltimore, Maryland, March 1989.

 

School Re-entry for THI Children: Professional Training Needs, Re-entry Models and Strategies. With B. Tucker, Sixth Annual Conference, Kansas Head Injury Association, Overland Park, Kansas, July 1988.

 

 

Some of Dr. Janet Tyler's Past Brain Injury Workshop Presentations Include:

 

TBI Miniteam Member Training.  Developed and conducted two-day workshops to train Kansas educators and related service personnel to serve students with brain injury in their local districts. Workshops held April 1992, February 1993, March 1993, April 1994, December 1994, April 1996, April 1998, April 1999, February 2001, September 2002, November 2003, November 2004, December 2005, November 2006, September 2007, October 2008, and October 2009.

 

TBI Team Update Training.  Full-day workshop to update district’s TBI team members.  Blue Valley School District, Overland Park, Kansas, October 2012.

 

TBI Team Training.  Two-day workshop to train educators to become Virginia State Department of Education’s first TBI School Support Teams, Richmond, Virginia, July 2011.

 

Educating Students with Brain Injury:  Information Parents Should Know! Full-day workshop for family members. Brain Injury Association of Kansas, Wichita, Kansas, September 2010.

 

Educating Students with Brain Injury:  Information Parents Should Know! Full-day workshop for family members. Brain Injury Association of Kansas, Overland Park, Kansas, June 2010.

 

Strategies for Working with Students with Brain Injury.  Full-day workshop for Nebraska Department of Education’s TBI School Support Teams, Kearney, Nebraska, March 2009.

 

TBI Teams: What Works.  Half-day workshop for Iowa Department of Education’s TBI Teams, Des Moines, Iowa, March 2009.

 

TBI:  Teams, Teaching, and Treatments. Half-day workshop, Spring 2009 Brain STEPS Team Training, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, April 2009.

 

TBI:  Teams, Teaching, and Treatments. Half-day workshop, Spring 2008 Brain STEPS Team Training, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, May 2008.

 

Teaching Students with Acquired Brain Injury: Challenges and Solutions. Full-day workshop, Thames Valley Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury Community Outreach Program, London, Ontario, Canada, October 2002.

 

Developing Educational Programs for Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. Full-day workshop, Texas Association of School Psychologists 9th Annual Conference. Houston, Texas, October 2001.

 

Kansas Brain Injury Resource Teams. Pre-conference workshop for Iowa BIRT teams, 9th Annual Conference of the Provide Alliance of the Brain Injury Association of Iowa, Des Moines, Iowa, March 2001.

 

Meeting the Educational Needs of Students with Traumatic Brain Injury. Full-day workshop for educators, social workers, service providers, family members, college students, and others, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, January 1993.

 

 

Some of Dr. Tyler's Brain Injury In-Service and Preservice Presentations Include:

Over 300 in-service presentations regarding student with traumatic brain injury delivered throughout the state of Kansas.  "Traumatic Brain Injury in School-Aged Children" presented in Special Education graduate and undergraduate classes (September 1988-present) at: University of Kansas, Emporia State University, Pittsburg State University, Kansas State University, Ottawa University, Wichita State University, and Washburn University.  


   Support for Students with Brain Injury Through Consultation and Professional Development Training