Concussion Education

At Michigan NeuroSport, education is a key component to keeping concussions on the sideline. As the science involving concussion is rapidly evolving, our team is working hard to get the most up-to-date information to those on the frontline – athletes, parents of athletes and coaches.

Click on the links below to view free online concussion education modules for coaches and parents:

The goal is to educate those around the athletes so they can better understand, prevent and recognize concussions earlier. These programs are made up of four modules – some of the firsts of their kind – are excellent resources for you. Each one is presented in an interactive format, and includes downloadable resources for you to have on hand, such as fact sheets, pledge forms, report forms and more.

Four Modules Make Up the Concussion Action Plan

  • RECOGNIZE the signs and symptoms of concussion
  • REMOVE athlete from play
  • REPORT to a coach, parent or athletic trainer
  • RECOVER completely before returning to play

The program, which is a partnership with Mott Children’s Hospital Pediatric Trauma Program, is endorsed by the American Academy of Neurology, the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA), the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association and the Michigan Youth Athletic Association.

In addition to the online program, we also provide in-person concussion workshops.

For more information or to schedule a concussion education workshop tailored to your sports’ needs, contact U-M Mott Injury Prevention Program at 734-930-7364