Concussion Care for Kids: Minds Matter Resources

For Parents and Caregivers

The “return to play” plan outlines steps your child can follow to help them return to recreational physical activity after a concussion. It also provides examples of activities they can participate in at varying levels of intensity.

This “return to learn after the summer” plan provides information on how you can help your child with concussion advance through the various levels of cognitive activity to promote recovery and prevent ongoing symptoms.


Videos


For Practitioners, Coaches and Schools

Mythbusters is an infographic about concussion myths and facts, created by concussion experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Get the link to embed or share it on the web, or download to print as a poster or flyer.

How a Concussion Happens is an infographic created by concussion experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Get the link to embed or share it on the web, or download to print as a poster or flyer.

How Brain Rest Works for Recovery is an infographic created by concussion experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Get the link to embed or share it on the web, or download to print as a poster or flyer.

Road to Recovery is an infographic about recovering from a concussion, created by concussion experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Get the link to embed or share it on the web, or download to print as a poster or flyer.

Speak the Truth on Concussion Symptoms is an infographic created by concussion experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Get the link to embed or share it on the web, or download to print as a poster or flyer.

What are the Symptoms of a Concussion? is an infographic created by concussion experts at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Get the link to embed or share it on the web, or download to print as a poster or flyer.


Websites

The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the country’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization.

CIRP is a comprehensive pediatric trauma research facility at CHOP dedicated to addressing injury, the leading cause of death for children and adolescents.

The NJ TBI Fund allows New Jersey residents who have survived a brain injury to obtain the services and support they need to live in the community independently and maximize their quality of life.