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A child should focus on returning to school and returning to sports at the same time.CorrectIncorrect
Returning to school and activity is a slow, gradual process.CorrectIncorrect
Your child suffered a concussion a week ago during a hockey game. He tells you he has moved through Stage 1 (No Sporting Activity/Rest) and Stage 2 (Light Aerobic Exercise) with no returning symptoms and shows you his signed Return to Play Communication Tool.
Today he has returned to participate in some skating drills. He seems slow and sluggish, and not really himself. You catch him holding his head. You call him over and ask how he’s feeling. He says he’s feeling great. What do you do?CorrectIncorrect
A week ago your child sustained a concussion during a soccer game. She has moved successfully through Stages 1 – 4. She has been to the doctor and she has given her clearance to play. She has a game today and is excited to play. Do you let her play?CorrectIncorrect