Naperville students propose statewide concussion protocols

Chicago Tribune
Two high schoolers are pushing to make a big difference for students with concussions. Rekha Iyer and Jash Desai, two juniors from Naperville, Illinois have proposed a law change that standardizes the protocols for students to return to the classroom after sustaining a concussion. They’ve written the legislation in response to Iyer’s struggles returning to school after she sustained a concussion her sophomore year. "In an ideal world, each student would have an individualized plan. The practicality of that is that it all takes a very long time,” said Iyer.
Posted on BrainLine October 10, 2017