As noted in chapter 6 , TBI often results in significant emotional, behavioral, and social difficulties that may affect a student’s mental health and interpersonal relationships. When this happens, there can be a significant impact on educational performance. It is important, therefore, that school-based professionals have available a range of intervention strategies designed to minimize the negative consequences of TBI-induced (or exacerbated) emotional, behavioral, and social difficulties. School-based interventions should begin upon school entry/reentry and reinforced across all settings, including home and community. While interventions cannot be provided for every possible form of TBI consequence, they are provided for some of the most common issues.