Sehome’s Ashley Mindnich is helped up by head coach Mark Wright after she was injured leaping for a header. High school coaches, such as Wright, must now take courses about the dangers and symptoms of concussions and head injuries since the 2009 implementation of the Lystedt law in Washington state.
Sehome’s Ashley Mindnich is helped up by head coach Mark Wright after she was injured leaping for a header. High school coaches, such as Wright, must now take courses about the dangers and symptoms of concussions and head injuries since the 2009 implementation of the Lystedt law in Washington state. ANDY BRONSON THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Sehome’s Ashley Mindnich is helped up by head coach Mark Wright after she was injured leaping for a header. High school coaches, such as Wright, must now take courses about the dangers and symptoms of concussions and head injuries since the 2009 implementation of the Lystedt law in Washington state. ANDY BRONSON THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Concussion education still looms 6 years after Lystedt law

August 27, 2015 02:16 PM