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Migraine At School

CHAMP in partnership with its member organizations wants to ensure every student has the opportunity to flourish at school. The Migraine at School program is a collection of the best resources for students, parents, and educators. For more information, please email us at info@migraineatschool.org.

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Sample Physician Letter

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Students

Migraine At School wants you to get the most out of your education. The following CHAMP member organizations have resources that can help you manage your migraine in school.

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American Migraine Foundation’s article about Chronic Daily Headache in Teenagers.

Association of Migraine Disorders has information on how migraine disorders manifest in infancy and childhood.

Chronic Migraine Awareness is a safe place to get support for students with migraine.

Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation’s Headache School, in partnership with the University of Utah, offers free, bi-weekly educational lectures and therapeutic yoga sessions.

Miles for Migraine Youth Day Camps are for teens with chronic migraine and their parents.

Migraine Again how to thrive in school.

Migraine.com’s Ten Self-Care Tips for Back-to-School Time.

National Headache Foundation - Migraine University provides resources for young people living with migraine disease and headache disorders while trying to navigate their college experience.

Resources outside the CHAMP coalition 

Parents

Facing the hurdles of a debilitating disease can be overwhelming. Our hope is to make this journey easier for you and your child by gathering the best information available about migraine disease. The following CHAMP member organizations have resources you might find helpful.

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American Migraine Foundation has a multitude of resources for parents.

Association of Migraine Disorders is devoted to expanding the understanding of migraine disease and its true scope.

Chronic Migraine Awareness is a safe place to get support for parents with children who have migraine.

Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation’s Headache School, in partnership with the University of Utah, offers free, bi-weekly educational lectures and therapeutic yoga sessions.

Hope for Migraine Community is a patient-centered group focused on new & emerging migraine treatments.

Miles for Migraine Youth Day Camps are for teens with chronic migraine and their parents.

Migraine Again how to thrive in school.

Migraine.com’s Special education services for children with migraine.

Patient Advocacy Foundation’s Migraine Matters is built to serve the needs of patients and the providers working on behalf of their care with actionable information on the topics they need.

National Headache Foundation’s Back To School: Tips for Helping Your Child With Headache.

Resources outside the CHAMP coalition 

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Educators

Your students want the opportunity to excel in school. Migraine can make that more difficult. The following CHAMP member organizations have resources you might find helpful as an educator to create a learning environment where kids with migraine can succeed.

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American Migraine Foundation’s Pediatric Migraine: A Primer for Teachers and School Nurses

Association of Migraine Disorders has created a comprehensive online course designed to engage a broad range of medical professionals in the management of migraine.

Migraine.com’s Special education services for children with migraine.

Migraine Again’s posts for schools.

National Headache Foundation’s Back To School: Tips for Helping Your Child With Headache.

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