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The CDC (Center for Disease Control) estimates that as many as 3,900,000 sports and recreational related concussions occur in the U.S. each year. A concussion is a brain injury and should be treated seriously. The more you know about preventing concussion, and treating it early if it does occur, the better it is for you or your athlete.
Report to Parents
Fact Sheet for Athletes
Parent/Athlete Pledge Form
Fact Sheet for Parents
Fact Sheet for Coaches
Coaches Pledge Form
= Key documents for Community Concussion Education Program
Adults (coaches and teachers) must complete the established free online training course. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) will fulfill the adult training requirement and you will receive a printed certificate upon completion.
To make an appointment, call (989) 837-9350.