It’s Brain Injury Awareness Month and we are sharing the 05/12/2016 post from the Center For Disease Control – 

Do you know what it means to be a #Goodteammate?

www.facebook.com/CDCHEADSUP

Share this post with parents and athletes in your lives!

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image of fact sheetsBeing a good teammate means looking out for your team and having their back. That’s why CDC Injury Center’s new HEADS UP fact sheet for athletes aim to:

  • Help young athletes know what to do if they think they or a teammate has a concussion;
  • Teach young athletes how to spot concussion symptoms among themselves or a teammate; and
  • Encourage young athletes to report a concussion and support their teammates in doing the same.