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As of June 30, 2013 the Michigan Sports Concussion Law affects every park and recreation department in the state. Below are resources to assist your department with compliance on this new issue. mParks will continue to post resources as they become available.
May 12, 2016: CDC Injury Center released a new HEADS UP fact sheet for athletes to look out for their teammates and spot concussion symptoms among themselves and teammates.
The CDC also encourages agencies and teams to promote these good practices with hashtag #goodteammates and follow www.facebook.com/cdcheadsup.
CDC HEADS UP has added 5 new sports to the microsite. Sports available through the HEADS UP microsite now include:
"In order to meet the requirements of the law all coaches, employees, volunteers, and other adults who are involved with a youth athletic activity must complete one of the concussion awareness on-line training courses listed below. Please follow the appropriate link below for either youth or high school sports training."
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