“Being HeadSmart” Is Brainy
Children age 14 and under have one of the highest rates of traumatic brain injury. The active lifestyle of many children – biking, skateboarding, winter sports, team sports, just having fun at the playground or in the yard – increases the potential for concussions or more serious brain injury.
That’s why the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah developed a fun, 30
“Being HeadSmart” can be presented to small or large groups, from individual classrooms to school assemblies, and is available to scout groups, 4H
Please contact BIAU staffer Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a presentation.
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