Find return-to-play guidelines and how to avoid, recognize, and treat concussions in youth sports.
Back To School Tips And Tools
Use our printable back-to-school guide to help you make this your best sports season ever!
Advice For Parents Who Suspect Concussion
Watch for headache, drowsiness, irritability and inability to concentrate if you suspect a concussion.
Parents may not always understand why a coach cuts players, but the answer here could give some perspective.
If parents just enjoy watching their kid from the stands, their kid performs better and makes fewer mistakes.
See how a sports parent engages in conversation with a young athlete after practice.
Playing Through A Concussion Is No Sign Of Toughness
First-Hand Concussion Advice From An NFL QB
Former NFL QB, Scott Secules, stresses the necessity of benching a player immediately after a concussion.
Returning To Sports After A Concussion
Follow these 5 steps when returning to play after a traumatic brain injury.
Concussions in Youth Sports
This CDC information helps parents and coaches respond appropriately when youth athletes suffer head trauma.
Here is the CDC's advice on choosing a helmet for your youth athlete.
Signs And Symptoms Of A Concussion
A comprehensive overview of concussion signs and symptoms, plus a coach action plan for suspected concussions.
Parents Monitoring Concussions
Leslie Osborne, a voice of experience with concussions, urges parents to continually check for symptoms.
Chris Nowinski: WWE Has Enlightened Approach To Concussions
Concussion expert and former WWE wrestler explains the organization's approach to concussions.