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Partners

As a national leader in sports concussion management, the Sports Concussion Institute has teamed up with many organizations to deliver innovative solutions in the education, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of sports concussions.


American College of Sports Medicine The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the Sports Concussion Institute are together hosting the 6th Annual National Summit on Sports Concussion and Other Athletic Injuries in Los Angeles, California on June 22, 2012. Visit the National Summit homepage for more details.

California Collegiate Athletic Association
The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) has selected the Sports Concussion Institute to be the official entity to provide sports concussion management consultation and care for collegiate athletes across the state.

Dissigner Reed
Dissinger Reed and the Sports Concussion Institute have teamed up to launch the Return to Play Concussion Care Solution™ – an innovative sports concussion management and informatics solution for athletes of all levels of competition. This solution, which includes insurance underwritten by Nationwide Life Insurance Company and managed by K&K Insurance Group, Inc., provides concussion medical expense benefits for athletes who sustain a concussion in a covered sporting event.

PAR, Inc.
PAR, also known as Psychological Assessment Resources, has developed the Concussion Recognition and Response™ (CRR) mobile app. The CRR app with SCI's custom theme, available for Apple and Android mobile devices, will help someone recognize whether an individual is exhibiting and/or reporting the signs and symptoms of a suspected concussion and respond quickly and appropriately.

Sports Care Connect

The mission of Sports Care Connect is to build healthier communities, with a particular emphasis on the underserved, by:
(i) promoting awareness, education and prevention of sports related concussions in young athletes, AND
(ii) significantly improving the care and support to young athletes and their families who have experienced a concussion.