Concussion Landing Page
Concussions can occur while participating in any sport or recreational activity. Since the circumstances under which a concussion can be sustained are so varied, it’s important for all coaches, parents, and athletes to be aware of the signs, symptoms, and what to do if a concussion occurs. Our organization is committed to increased education, awareness, and established protocols that will assist you in gaining the knowledge and skills required ensuring the safety of your athletes. We can all work together to ensure a safe sport environment.
Pre-Season Concussion Education - Prevention of Concussions and their consequences
Concussion prevention, recognition and management requires athletes to follow the rules and regulations of their sport, respect their opponents, avoid head contact, and report suspected concussions.
Concussion Recognition Tool - Recognize and Remove
Head impacts can be associated with serious and potentially fatal brain injuries. The Concussion Recognition Tool 5 is to be used for the identification of suspected concussion. It is not designed to diagnose concussion.
Medical Assessment Tool
This document can be used by the athlete's Physician or Nurse Practitioner
Return to Play Protocol
A concussion is a serious event but you can recover fully from such an injury if the brain is given enough time to rest and recuperate. Returning to normal activities, including sport participation, is a step-wise process that requires patience, attention, and caution.
Manitoba Speed Skating Association Concussion Protocol Summary
Making Headway in Sport - Coach and Leader Education
What's your concussion IQ?
Concussions can occur while participating in any sport or recreational activity. Since the circumstances under which a concussion can be sustained are so varied, it is important for all coaches, parents, and athletes to educate themselves on the signs, symptoms, and what to do if a concussion occurs. Start by taking this short quiz to test your concussion knowledge. Hopefully the information you take away from it will help you better respond to, or even prevent, a concussion.
A Parent’s Guide to dealing with concussions
Concussion Guidelines for Parents & Caregivers
Concussion Guidelines for Coaches and Trainers
Concussion: The Basics
Brain Injuries Fact Sheet
Poster: I’m Not Invincible – Boy
Poster: I’m Not Invincible – Girl
Poster: Preventable: Have a Word With Yourself V.1
Poster: Preventable: Have a Word With Yourself V.2