Concussions in the News

On Saturday, June 17, 2017, A Head of the Game was recognized by MA Hockey. Not only did we became an official partner of MA Hockey, but our Founder, Jeannine Donato, was presented with the Dr. Alan Ashare Safety Award! For the full story, on our website click HERE, or to look at MA Hockey's website click here to Read More ->

Hell and Back

There’s one thing that I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. It’s not the head shot I took. I can barely remember that part. It’s not even the pain and anxiety that I went through after the hit. Read More →

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The Darkness

"I'm supposed to be the big-shot pro hockey player, telling crazy stories about my ... I sat in a dark room with earplugs in every single day." Read More

Concussion Diagnoses in Teens Hit a Record High

Diagnoses of concussions rose to a record high between 2010 and 2015, particularly among teens, according to a new report published by Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. Read More

A Single Concussion May Have Lasting Impact

A single concussion experienced by a child or teenager may have lasting repercussions on mental health and intellectual and physical functioning throughout adulthood, and multiple head injuries increase the risks of later problems, according to one of the largest, most elaborate studies to date of the impacts of head trauma on the young. Read More