Youth concussion

A Role For All in Culture of Youth Sports and Concussion

August 31, 2013
We have heard much about the topic of concussion lately with the settlement of the NFL concussion lawsuit, where retired professional football players sued the NFL for hiding the long-term dangers of concussions sustained while playing. The settlement raises concern about the culture of youth sports and for the safety and wellness of our children. Read more.

New Resource Alert: Concussion Symptoms Log

May 29, 2013
In order to help parents monitor their child's daily symptoms during recovery from a concussion injury, we have developed a simple calendar to help keep track of triggers of concussion symptoms and the characteristics of the symptoms, such as their duration. This and other resources available for parents, school staff, health care providers, and coaches.

Youth Concussions: Medical & School Teams on the Same Team

March 28, 2013
The primary vocation for children and adolescents is school, in order to prepare for meaningful, full adult lives. Toward the goal of better communication and support for kids recovering from concussion, on Saturday, April 6, 2013, CHOP will host the first annual Continuing Medical Education concussion course, “Diagnosis and Management of Child and Adolescent Concussion: A Primer for Primary Care Providers and Educators.” In addition, we have just added substantial new content to our Concussion Care for Kids website and organized the content to make it easy for the different types people who support a child's recovery to get the customized information they need-- whether you need to increase your concussion knowledge as a parent, school administrator, teacher, coach or health care provider.

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