Seminar on the impacts of concussions held at Ardsley Middle School

The Brain Injury Association of New York State and the New York State Athletic Trainers' Association joined forces to host a seminar about concussion prevention on Monday at Ardsley Middle School on Monday night.

Jade Nash

Feb 27, 2024, 1:59 AM

Updated 92 days ago

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The Brain Injury Association of New York State and the New York State Athletic Trainers' Association joined forces to host a seminar about concussion prevention on Monday at Ardsley Middle School on Monday night.
Parents, students, nurses, coaches and athletic trainers learned how to identify the early symptoms of concussions, treatment measures and tips for recovery.
While some students can return to their sport after a concussion, others like Tyler Siden have chosen not to.
The dedicated athlete and Ardsley High School senior suffered three concussions over the years.
He suffered two of them playing football and sustained his worst one last year.
The concussions forced him to miss a month of school and leave the sport that he loves.
"It was a tough decision that I had to go through but ultimately it was for my health and the betterment of my longevity," Siden said.


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