In April, the United Kingdom (UK) government and the Sport and Recreation Alliance released new UK Concussion Guidelines for Non-Elite (Grassroots) Sport.
A new CATT Concussion Pathway, tailored to meet the needs of neurodivergent students and students with disabilities, is now available.
The CCCIP Award recognizes effective injury prevention initiatives completed with a collaborative effort.
A new study found that children who had a moderate amount of screen time recovered fastest from concussion.
CATT for Youth includes a 40-minute, text and video-based course delivered in an interactive and engaging format.
Symptoms of CTE include: impulse control problems, aggression, depression, paranoia, short-term memory loss, impaired judgment, and dementia.