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Parachute Concussion Awareness for Parents

Parachute Concussion Awareness for Parents

Parents play a key role in conveying the importance of playing fair and respecting rules, implementing safety policies in sport clubs/teams, and raising awareness about the injuries that can happen during sport. An understanding of injury prevention strategies will help parents educate their children, and those who work with their children, about how to prevent and manage concussions. More information

$14.99
Introduction to Child Injury Prevention

Introduction to Child Injury Prevention

This free, on-line course is for people who work with families of children aged 0-6, particularly families that may be new to Canada, have lower literacy, be led by just one caregiver, or live in rural or remote places in Canada. More information

Parachute Concussion Awareness for Players

Parachute Concussion Awareness for Players

Contributing to living a long life that is free of injury, players must know how to stay safe during sport and physical activity. Being educated about concussion means being able to identify players with suspected concussion and supporting decisions that encourage complete recovery, such as removing injured players from the game or classroom. More information

$14.99
Parachute Concussion Awareness for Elementary and High School Teachers

Parachute Concussion Awareness for Elementary and High School Teachers

Sport and recreation is a common source of concussion in children and youth. The decisions made following an incident that may have caused a concussion are important contributors to the successful recovery of a young player. More information

$14.99

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