The National Association of State Head Injury Association (NASHIA), a national trade association for state programs that support individuals living with brain injury, and TeachAids, a nonprofit social enterprise behind the CrashCourse concussion education technology, announce a new partnership.
TeachAids creates breakthrough technology to solve persistent problems in health education around the world. Their products are designed with input from a team of world-class academics, researchers, doctors, and athletes associated with leading organizations and institutions such as Stanford University, Harvard University, Ohio State University and beyond.
TeachAids has developed “CrashCourse,” a suite of interactive products focussed on the prevention and treatment of concussions and related mental health issues. This education has been designed to teach athletes, parents and coaches about concussions, as well as to provide resources for leading organizations devoted to brain health. CrashCourse products include scientific knowledge and help dispel myths and misconceptions about the concussion recovery process.
“We are excited to partner with TeachAids to provide new free resources to our members and the brain injury community at large. One example of a TeachAids tool is the interactive Concussion Story Wall in which 750 people share 4,000 segments of their personal concussion journey.
“Our state programs can refer constituents to these supportive tools to augment their existing practices. State Advisory Councils will also benefit from the free resources as Council members are often leaders among the brain injury community in each state, and are made up of individuals living with brain injury, their families and the diverse professionals supporting them. State brain injury programs are creative by nature and I am excited to see the many ways in which the programs leverage these impactful free tools.”
— Rebeccah Wolfkiel, NASHIA Executive Director
“I am inspired to see these two leading organizations dedicate significant efforts to collaborate towards the advancement and knowledge of brain health. Working together, NASHIA and CrashCourse by TeachAids have tremendous opportunity and potential to benefit millions of people in the United States and beyond.”
— John D. Corrigan, PhD, Advisor to NASHIA and Medical Advisor for CrashCourse
“This is an exciting collaboration and a great opportunity to reach state governments doing meaningful and impactful work. NASHIA has a vast reach, and we commend their efforts to distribute the CrashCourse products throughout their network of national associations and TBI stakeholders across the country.”
— Dr. Piya Sorcar, CEO and Founder of TeachAids
The CrashCourse curriculum is now available nationwide via the NASHIA website and additional NASHIA distributions.
[Source(s): TeachAids, NASHIA]
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