Raising Awareness

What is a concussion?

We Are Available to Help You Raise Awareness


The first step to raising awareness is talking about it.

Schedule a team or group meeting now. 

No matter how great or small, we can all do something to raise awareness, advance the conversation, educate others on the signs and symptoms of concussions. 

Speak up if your concernd that you or someone else may be suffering from a concussion, because early treatment matters!

Team up with medical professionals to properly manage the injury for a healthly return to learn and play.

March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month


   Know The Danger Signs:

  • Headache that gets worse and does not go away.
  • Nausea and/or repeated vomiting.
  • Weakness, numbness, or decreased coordination.
  • Slurred speach.

What does a World Cup Champion and 2X Olympian Gold Medalist have to say to young female athletes about head protection?

What Is ThinkTaylor.org?


"As the topic of Traumatic Brain Injuries and Concussions 

continued to dominate my conversations with health care 

workers, family and friends, I came to realize just how little

is really known about these life changing injuries."

D. M. Guerrero, Daughter and caregiver of one who suffered and died from complications of a TBI in 2015 

and the mother of a 14 yr. old athlete who sustained multiple concussions later that same year.  


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