concussion protocols

At T-Town MMA we take potential concussion events seriously, particularly for youth. Please use the links on this page to educate yourself about head injuries and concussions. We recommend that all students and parents review the free Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports educational materials available on the CDC website. You can find that information here: Heads Up | HEADS UP | CDC Injury Center


Concussion Fact Sheet for Coaches: A Fact Sheet For Youth Sports Coaches (cdc.gov)

Concussion Fact Sheet for Athletes Ages 11-13: A Fact Sheet for Athletes (cdc.gov)

Concussion Fact Sheet for Athletes Ages 14-18: A Fact Sheet for Athletes (cdc.gov)

Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents: A Fact Sheet For high School Parents (cdc.gov)


Parents: youths are required to sign and return this head injury awareness sheet before returning to class after a head injury or concussion: Concussion Information Sheet (cdc.gov)


COACHES: Please review the online training linked here:

HEADS UP to Youth Sports: Online Training | HEADS UP | CDC Injury Center


Concussion Event Emergency Action Plan:

Responding to a Concussion and Action Plan for Coaches | HEADS UP | CDC Injury Center

***If a student suffers a head injury and you suspect a head injury direct the student or that student's parents to this site to review the fact sheets***

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