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Return to Play

Learn the six steps of “Return to Play” and find a creative way to share these with a younger Section, or with your family.

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Plan

  • What resources will you use to learn about the six steps of “Return to Play”?
  • Who are you going to share this information with?
  • How are you going to creatively teach another Section about these steps?

Do

  • First, place the six steps of “Return to Play” in the correct order.
  • Then, find a creative and interesting way to teach these steps to a younger Section.
  • Write a song or perform a skit about the six different steps and why it’s important to slowly transition back to play after suffering a concussion.

Review

  • What did you learn about going back to play after a concussion?
  • Why do you think it’s important to follow these steps when returning to play?
  • The next time you want to share a message like this, is there something you will do differently?

Keep it Simple

  • Create a poster with the six steps of “Return to Play” and hang it up in your meeting space.

Take it Further

  • Take your show on the road! Visit Sections or Groups and teach them what you know about “Return to Play”.