Play, But Play Safe.
NO MATTER WHAT SPORT KIDS PLAY, THERE IS AWAYS THE POSSIBILITY OF BRAIN INJURY.
We Say Play, But Play Safe.
CTE Hope wants kids and athletes to do what they love, but we also must #ProtectOurAthletes. We’ve launched the Play, But Play Safe fundraising campaign so that CTE Hope can continue our saliva research, continue to raise awareness, and continue to provide information and resources that will help you make the important decisions. We want your kids to play, but only if and when it is safe to do so.
Will you help us to #PlayButPlaySafe?
Have you or your child recently suffered a brain injury?
Below are several of CTE Hope’s resource documents that you may find helpful. If you’re looking for more information on post-brain injury management and treatment, please contact us.
Why Does CTE Hope Support Flag Football Until Age 14?
What is a TBI?
What is a Concussion?
How Do I Manage a Concussion?
Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS)
Brain Injuries and Mental Fatigue
Brain Injuries and Depression
Brain Injuries and Anxiety