ISU Study: Properly Fitted Helmets for Concussion Prevention

Coaches should inspect football helmet bladders.

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USA Soccer Bans Urges Kids Not to Head Ball

U.S. Soccer urges programs to prohibit heading for youth players age 10 and under.

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An Educator’s Guide to Concussions in the Classroom

I am an educator. Why should concussions matter to me?

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Understanding Concussion Testing

Do You Think You Have Sustained a Concussion?

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Boise State’s Kaiserman Ready to Face Life Without Football

Concussions sidelined running back Matt Kaiserman, but his future is still bright academically.

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A Catastrophic Consequence of Concussion

The Kort Breckenridge Story

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Idaho Concussion Network

Finding the right medical care is essential. Use this link to find a medical provider in your area who is current on concussion management practices. 


Concussion Policy Guide for Idaho Schools

Download the Concussion Management Guide for Schools

In 2012, the Idaho Legislature passed House Bill 632, the Youth Sports Concussion Bill. The intent of the law is to help protect young athletes with concussion and also to help schools and sport programs limit liability on the basis of negligence should a significant concussive injury occur. All sport programs affiliated with Idaho’s public middle, junior and high schools are required to comply with this law.  Concussion guidelines must be consistent with the current standards of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This guide is designed to assist school administrators in the design and implementation of concussion management policy for sport programs.  Included are sample policies, parent acknowledgement forms, academic accommodation plans, parent and athlete resources and more.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports

Resources for Coaches, Athletes & Parents.  Legislation passed in 2012 in Idaho requires all public middle and high schools that sponsor sports programs to adhere to current CDC concussion management guidelines.  The CDC’s Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports website offers free information. Schools and sports programs can also order materials from the CDC at no charge.

Coaches’ Education Program

Sports-related concussion in youth and high school sports can be serious or even life threatening situations if not managed correctly. In this course you will understand the impact sports-related concussion can have on your players, how to recognize a suspected concussion, the proper protocols to manage a suspected concussion, and steps to help your player return to play safely after experiencing a concussion.


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