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National Concussion Awareness Day

National Concussion Awareness Day ®  

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Our mission is to start a conversation to increase concussion awareness nationally, raise funds for brain injury charitable organizations and show support for those suffering though  social media, community events and press coverage of National Concussion Awareness Day.

Our vision is that those suffering the effects of mild traumatic brain injuries feel supported by their community and feel empowered to share their story, connect with one another and act to raise global consciousness of the concussion epidemic.

National Concussion Awareness Day ® was founded in 2016 by Brooke Mills, who suffered a  concussion as a freshman in high school.  Concussions have become an epidemic in the United States, with millions of mild traumatic brain injuries happening each year.  The purpose of National Concussion Awareness Day ® is to create an opportunity for public discussion of this issue.  By raising awareness of the importance of recognizing a concussion, treating it appropriately and supporting the injured we can positively impact lives across the country. 

National Concussion Awareness Day ® is a chance for health care practitioners, teachers, coaches and parents to connect and discuss baseline testing, signs and symptoms and the social and emotional issues that can result from mild traumatic brain injury.  Health care professionals, non-profit organizations and support groups from across the United States will be participating in the seventh annual National Concussion Awareness Day ® on Friday, September 15, 2023.  National Concussion Awareness Day has been recognized by the Unites States Congress.  National Concussion Awareness Day will be recognized on the third Friday of each September yearly and is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.


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