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Concussion Education

Head Injuries are of serious concern for players of all ages. It's become clear over the last several years that everyone must pay attention to head injuries (concussions) and the first step is to know the signs of a head injury.

Injuries are a known risk of any contact sport but not every injury is obvious.  In particular, head injuries are tough because they are a brain injury.  It's not easy to tell if you have a head injury - there's not an obvious bump or swelling or a limp.

It is important for all individuals involved in athletics to recognize the potential for catastrophic injury and even death from concussions. It is extremely important that each coach, officials and parents take the appropriate steps to protect athletes health.  

Pacesetter South is committed to keeping our players safe - and that's why we will follow the simple slogan when in doubt sit them out.  This may be frustrating at times for both the player and the parents, but the long term health of all of our players is most important.  

Please take the time for you child(ren)'s sake to become familiar with the signs of a concussion by using the resources below.  These resources will help parents and players understand, and recognize the signs of a potential concussion.  They will also help you know the proper steps to take after a head injury has been suffered.



How to Recognize a Concussion: Video


Online Class

ONYSA Concussion Resources




    
 
 

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Mailing Address: PO Box 147 
Findlay, Ohio 45839

Phone: 567-429-8424
Email: [email protected]

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