The site developed by the Center for Disease Control which has a section specifically dedicated to providing comprehensive TBI and concussion information.
A fact sheet provided by the St. Louis Children’s Hospital intended for parents of children and teens who have recently had a concussion including information of what to expect in the hours and days following the concussion
The premier online youth sports information gateway for the 90 million youth sports parents seeking advice, community and product information from a world-class team of expert psychologists, nutritionists, athletes, medical doctors, journalists coaches, referees and parents. This page provides relevant information about concussions.
PinkConcussions.com was created as an informational hub on what is known about female concussions, as a list resources, and to share females' experience with head injury. Our goal is to educate men and women about female concussions; and to encourage more research on the vulnerability, the causes of injury and the delay in recovery time in head injuries suffered by females of all ages.
How to Protect yourself and prevent a concussion
Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports is a free, online course available to coaches, parents, and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion.
Concussionwise™ is part of a family of online conucssion education courses designed to meet the needs of athletic trainers, physicians, coaches, parents, atheles, and other healthcare providers.Concussionwise™ is delivered in an engaging, interactive format that covers four critical phases of concussion managment: Prevention, Prepartion, Response and Recovery/Return to play.