Cheer loss control news
Vol. 1, 2019
Topics in this issue include:
- Cheering for concussion awareness
- Discounted background check services
Cheering for concussion awareness
Concussion awareness continues to be an important component of any youth sports or program activity. Knowing how concussions occur, signs and symptoms, along with precautionary steps, your program can take are vital to a successful concussion management program. Most often, concussions are associated with contact sports such as football, soccer, and basketball. Cheer programs also have concussion exposures.
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