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By Kimberly Williams, Marcel Lebrun, David Hyerle

This ebook covers it all--from bus, motorbike, hearth and water protection to baby abuse and drug abuse, head harm, hazing, bullying, cyber-bulling...and even issues I hadn't even heard approximately "choking" and self mutilation. relatively readable and important! each mum or dad and instructor should still personal this e-book!

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Berger v. State of Montana (1982). Teachers and parents alike need to be careful when making decisions about student placement in special programs or risk being sued for malpractice. Conflict-resolution training should engage all adults and children in a school, and each school should have a plan for resolving conflicts before they escalate. Teachers and other adults in the school should be well trained to examine warning signs and assess potential threats using programs with demonstrated success, such as the FBI’s Threat Assessment program.

Create an Action Plan To ensure that concussions are managed correctly, have an action plan in place before the season starts. • Identify a health care professional to manage injuries during practice and competition. • Fill out the pocket card enclosed in this kit and keep it with you on the field of play so that information about signs, symptoms, and emergency contacts is readily available. 47 48 Chapter Four • Be sure that other appropriate athletic and school staff and health care professionals know about the plan and have been trained in its use.

Many health professionals believe that the number of TBIs is much higher as many brain injuries go unreported. According to the CDC’s surveillance system, the number one cause of TBI is falls (28 percent of reported cases). Car accidents comprise 20 percent, followed by being struck by or against something (19 percent) and assaults (11 percent). 44 Chapter Four Traumatic brain injury can be insidious—many young people may be affected but unaware. It may affect learning in subtle ways and is perhaps responsible for some types of learning disabilities and difficulties.

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