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Katherine is available to help with specific requests for information and suggests these websites:

Sports-Related Information

  • Heads Up: Concussion in High School Sports
  • Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports
  • CDC Materials that are sports specific – Football, Lacrosse, Field hockey, Softball, Soccer, etc
  • US Lacrosse Safety Section
  • USA Hockey Resources
  • USA Football

Listen to a Radio PSA

  • Coach and Team (:30 seconds)
  • Mom and Daughter (:30 seconds)
  • Teens (:30 seconds)
  • Announcers (:30 seconds)

Search Websites

  • Brain Injury Association of  America
  • Brain Injury Association Of Connecticut
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “Heads Up” Program
  • Children’s National Medical Center “SCORE” program
  • Connecticut Concussion Task Force
  • Sports CAPP
  • Stop Concussions

Read Articles and Reports

  • ACE (Acute Concussion Evaluation) form – Guide for recovery
  • How physicians are handling Concussions in Connecticut 2010
  • Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport, Zurich 2008
  • Concussion modifiers – link
  • Nonfatal Traumatic Brain Injuries Related to Sports and Recreation Activities Among Persons Under Age 19 Years — United States, 2001–2009

Take a Training Course online

  • CDC Heads Up Training Course
  • Connecticut Athletic Trainers Association “Concussion Wise” online courses http://concussionwise.com/CT

Read about Baseline Testing 

  • FAQs about Baseline Testing among Young Athletes
  • ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing)

Partners and Special Friends

  • SportsLegacy.org
  • Concussion Recognition and Response™ (CRR)

For Connecticut Specific Resources:

  • ConnecticutConcussionTaskForce.org
  • The Connecticut Athletic Trainers’ Association (CATA)

Please feel free to add resources you find valuable below in the comment section.