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Brain injuries affect both victims and caregivers

Some injuries are invisible, which makes it difficult for others to understand the challenges faced by the victim. Brain injuries fall into this category. They can happen in the blink of an eye but have life-long consequences. Acquired brain injuries can occur in an instant, and whether it is caused by a car accident in Ontario or an incident on the sports field, it offers victims and their loved ones no preparation time for immediate and long-term challenges.

Catastrophic Brain Injuries Follow Baseball Bat Attack

While concussions in contact sports and head trauma in automobile accidents are frequent subjects of conversation in Ontario, the consequences of assaults can be devastating. A mother in another province recently explained how an assault that left her son with traumatic brain injuries affected their lives. Her 21-year-old son lives in a 24-hour care facility where she spends as much time as possible to be with him.

Can heading a soccer ball cause brain injuries?

Concussions in different types of contact sports have received extensive attention in Ontario in recent months. Many former athletes are suffering the consequences of traumatic brain injuries that went unnoticed and unaddressed when they were younger and still actively participating in sports. While authorities agree that protection against concussions is essential from the time young children start playing contact sports, some believe soccer players face unrecognized risks.

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