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HEADS UP to School Sports

To help coaches, parents and athletes properly identify and respond to a concussion, CDC, in partnership with leading experts and organizations, developed the HEADS UP: Concussion in School Sports initiative and materials.

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Coaches

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Concussion resources for school sports coaches

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Parents

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Concussion resources for parents of school athletes

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Sports Officials

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Concussion resources for school sports officials

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Teen Athletes

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Concussion resources for school athletes

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Free Concussion Training Course

free online training for high school sports coachesThis free, online course teaches coaches, officials, parents and students the importance of proper concussion recognition and management in high school sports.

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Seek Medical Attention

photo: girl with head pain talking to a doctorA child or teen with a concussion needs to be seen by a medical provider. If you think your child or teen has a concussion, contact his or her health care provider. Be sure to get written concussion care instructions from the health care provider.

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HEADS UP to Youth Sports

HEADS UP Coaches - Concussion in Youth Sports

For information on concussion in youth sports, see HEADS UP Concussion in Youth Sports.

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Connect with HEADS UP & CDC's Injury Center

HEADS UP Resources

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