SLICE is a fun, interactive concussion education program that teaches young student-athletes about concussions through discussion, video, and interactive games. Students learn that successful athletes play hard and play smart.
WHICH TOPICS DO SLICE PROGRAMS COVER?
-What is a concussion?
-Why should you care about concussions?
-What can you do about concussions?
-Carl DiMaiti, Principal of St. Mary’s High School (Lynn, MA)
-93% of students strongly agreed or agreed that “Because of the SLICE presentation, I’m more likely to tell a friend or coach if I think I have a concussion.”
-89% of students strongly agreed or agreed that “Because of the SLICE presentation, I’m more likely to tell a coach if I think one of my teammates has a concussion.”
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Want to learn more about SLICE and its effectiveness? Click below to read a study published in Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine validating SLICE’s value.
Bagley, A.F., et al., Effectiveness of the SLICE Program for Youth Concussion Education. Clin J Sport Med. 22(5): p. 385-389.
INTERESTED IN HOSTING A SLICE PROGRAM AT YOUR INSTITUTION?
SLICE is designed for students in grades 4-12. Programs available TODAY in Massachusetts, New York, Maine, and Illinois.
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INTERESTED IN LAUNCHING A SLICE CHAPTER IN YOUR COMMUNITY?
SLICE is now expanding with chapters in Westport, NY, led by Dr. Lino Caputo, and on the following campuses:
If you are a student in a health-related field or a health-care provider and are interested in starting a SLICE chapter in your community, please contact Katherine Schock, Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SLICE?
Download SLICE at a Glance
Email the SLICE Co-Founder Dan Daneshvar.