Pink Concussions raises awareness and creates resources for females suffering from concussions via sport, domestic violence, accidents or military service.
Play Smart. Play Hard.
Program developed by the Illinois High School Association.
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Safety Tag provides a dynamic mobile platform to non-medically trained volunteer coaches who face numerous daily challenges. Using their smartphone, coaches are equipped with player specific medical information and emergency action plans provided directly by parents.
How Safety Tag Works
The core of Safety Tag is an updatable communication platform between coaches, parents, and league administrators for real-time incident reporting and emergency response plans. Player information is stored in Safety Tag’s highly secured network and is only accessible by the coaches and administrators directly responsible for the player.
Connect with some of the leading sources of concussion information.
- Center for Disease Control (CDC)
- Brain Injury Association of America
- National Athletic Trainers’ Association
- American College of Sports Medicine
- National Federation of State High School Associations
- Orcas, Inc. Online Concussion Education
- Child/Adolescent Brain Injury
The downloadable charts and forms are ideal resources for coaches, athletic trainers and parents. Make sure your team and players know the signs and basic treatment protocols.
Here’s an introduction to understanding concussion from Dr. Mike Evans. This engaging animated video quickly and concisely explains the basics of concussions, making it ideal for students and parents.