In May 2013, Montana passed the Dylan Steigers Protection of Youth Athletes Act that requires any child exhibiting signs, symptoms or behaviors consistent with concussion to be removed from athletic events and prohibited from practice or play until a licensed health care provider has evaluated the child. By late 2013 it became clear to neuroscience leaders in northwest Montana that there was considerable variability within the region in the way that communities and clinicians were evaluating and managing people with concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury.
Currently we offer our clinician materials to those who have completed the Save the Brain training. If you have completed a training, you should have a password to access the information and forms for trained clinicians.
If you have not been trained, please contact Save the Brain to schedule a training or join an upcoming training session.