Below you will find helpful concussion resources for parents, athletes, coaches and school professionals regarding concussion facts and law in Idaho. Idaho Concussion Law House Bill 632 House Bill 557  Oregon Concussion Law Max Law Jenna’s law LINK: http://media.cbirt.org/uploads/files/jenna%27s_law.pdf Resources for Parents Parent’s Fact Sheet (Spanish) Parent’s Guide to Concussion Heads up on line training course Concussion and Mild TBI Article Resources for Athletes A Must-Read for Athletes Athlete Fact Sheet Athlete Fact Sheet (Spanish) Concussion and Mild TBI Article Resources for Coaches Coaches Clipboard Sticker Coaches Fact Sheet Coaches Guide Heads up on line training course Return to Play Protocol Resources for School Professionals Teachers Fact Sheet Nurses Fact Sheet [Correct typo at end of Sheet] Returning to School – A Guide Return To Learn Article HEP-Return to Learn Plan Resources for Physicians Concussion-Return to participation Concussion-Return to progression form 1 International Concussion Consensus Guidelines Return To Learn Article HEP-Return to Learn Plan The Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center/ Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services (STARS) continuum of care is the only system of care in the Intermountain West that provides a complete continuum of care for people recovering from concussions and more severe brain injuries. Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center is the only Level 2 Trauma Hospital in the Treasure Valley region. The Brain Injury Program at STARS provides comprehensive/interdisciplinary rehabilitation services to people who have sustained brain injury. Our system of care promotes the highest quality of care and supports the involvement of health care providers throughout the continuum.  Additionally, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center/ Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services (STARS) is networked with many local and statewide resources to facilitate patient’s transition to thier home communities. STARS is certified by ImPACT to provide athletes with pre-season cognitive assessments to guide decisions regarding “return to play” if an athlete sustains a concussion. For more information on concussions, please visit the following websites: Idaho Youth Soccer Association concussion information, Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) Center for Disease Control (CDC) The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) Go Back to Our Services Page Brain injury Alliance of Idaho (BIAID) You can also learn more below:

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