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US Youth Soccer and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have teamed up to educate parents, coaches, and players on concussions with the Heads Up in Youth Sports Campaign. This campaign provides numerous resources and shares information on what concussions are including: Facts on concussions in Youth Sports Long-team impacts Identifying the signs and measures to take when a player shows signs of a concussion.
The National Federation of High Schools has also teamed up with the CDC to offer training and additional resources on concussions.
Kentucky Youth Soccer Concussion Policy (PDF)
Recognize to Recover (Website)
Recognize to Recover - Concussion Initiative (Video)
Heads Up! US Youth Soccer and CDC Team Up to Help Keep Young Athletes Safe from Concussions
Hey Doc, When Can I Return to Play?
Q&A I Head Injuries with Dough Andreassen, Washington President
Concussions in Sports
Recognizing signs of a concussion
What to do when a player shows signs of a concussion
Additional resources and education materials
For more information, visit the CDC Website.
For more information, visit the NFHSLearn.com.