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It is important to recognize that several definitions of brain injuries exist in current literature. The acquired brain injury definition is broader in scope ... continue reading
All 50 states and Washington, D.C., have youth concussion laws focused on letting young athletes heal. The specific laws vary from state to state. ... continue reading
Recognizing a concussion is not just one person’s responsibility. Each sport is a team sport, and each player needs to look after each other. ... continue reading
Summary of Questions Parents Should Ask of Youth Sports Organizations when considering having their Children Join, by Gerard Gioia. Ten Questions to Ask Youth ... continue reading
This booklet, adapted with permission from the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey, was developed as a guide to help parents of children who ... continue reading
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