Today, September 21st marks National Concussion Awareness Day. Recognized yearly on the third Friday in September, this day is intended to increase awareness and understanding of concussions and support those affected.
National Concussion Awareness Day was founded by New Hampshire student Brooke Mills, who suffered a concussion as a freshman in high school, in 2016.
Below please see an infographic, featuring facts and general information about concussions, provided by Upper School Nurse Mrs. Coleen Kenyon. To view the Moravian Academy Concussion Management Policy and Protocols, click here.