Concussion Awareness Seminar: October 23rd!, News (Durham Crusaders Hockey)

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Concussion Awareness Seminar: October 23rd!
Submitted By Steve Groat on Friday, September 01, 2017
This hot topic is put on by Durham Public Health and is MANDATORY for ALL Bench Staff.  The seminar will discuss signs and symptoms of a concussion, prevention strategies, and “Return-to-Play” guidelines. There will also be real life testimonials from both parent and player perspective.  

Please view the full article for more information and to register for the seminar.

Concussion Awareness Seminar:

DATE:   Monday October 23rd 2017
TIME:  6:30 - 8:00 pm
LOCATION:  605 Rossland Road East; Whitby, Room LLC

If you would like to review information about concussions prior to the seminar, please see the following link. 

Please ensure you sign up for positive confirmation of attendance using the following link: 

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Steve, our head trainer at [email protected]
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