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Youth Sports Safety Week

Youth Sports Safety Week offers opportunities for learning, pre-sports physicals and concussion testing.
Read below to find the event that's best for you. All events are free.**

 

C3 Logix Baseline Concussion Testing
Saturday, Nov. 14 (9:00am-1:30pm)

ATHLETES:

TESTING OPEN TO MANCHESTER CENTRAL AND MEMORIAL ATHLETES ONLY
Open to 9th graders and new high school athletes that have not been tested previously. Testing with C3 Logix iPad platform will establish baselines for your child's balance and brain function. If your child later has a concussion, we can retest at our Free Injury Drop-In Clinic to identify when performance on those tests is back to their normal.


Click hereTo watch a brief video about C3 Logix testing.

 

Virtual Athletes Saving AthletesTM Class
Tuesday, Nov. 17 (4:30pm-6:30pm)

SSN STUDENT AMBASSADORS:

Student-athletes will learn to recognize and understand the signs and symptoms of potentially life-threatening injuries in athletics pertaining to the HEAD, HEAT, and HEART. Attendees will also learn how to perform Hands-Only CPR. This class is being held exclusively for SSN Student Ambassadors.


 

CPR/AED and FIRST AID Blended Learning Skills Class for Coaches;
Wednesday, Nov. 18 (5:00pm-6:00pm & 6:30pm-7:30pm)

COACHES:

This course will include an ONLINE American Heart Association (AHA) CPR/AED/First Aid Course followed by a REQUIRED in-person skills session. This blended learning course is being offered in order to limit class sizes and allow for social distancing. Attendees must complete the online course prior to attending this skills session (participants must bring a certificate of completion for the online portion to the skills session).

Location:
Safe sports drop-in clinic; 35 Kosciuszko street, Manchester, NH

 

Getting Emotional About Concussions
Thursday, Nov. 19 (7:00pm-8:00pm)
 

PARENTS, ATHLETES, COACHES, & COMMUNITY MEMBERS:

All are invited to attend this FREE informational lecture. This presentation will dive into the emotional impact and mental health concerns that can occur with youth concussions.

Dr. Jonathan Lichtenstein is the Director of Neuropsychological Services at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, where he also oversees the Pediatric Neurology and Sports Neuropsychology Programs. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. He is also the team Neuropsychologist for Dartmouth College Athletics, as well as serving as Dartmouth College’s research representative to the Big-Ten/Ivy League TBI Research Collaboration.

 

Use the links above, call us (603-627-9728), or email Sandy Snow: sandy@nhmi.net to sign up for the event that's best for you!