Biking Rules of the Road

Always wear a helmet Bicycle only in daylight Follow the rules of the road: Ride on the right side of the road with traffic Use hand signals Respect traffic signals Stop at all intersections Stop and look both ways before entering a street Be extra careful around...

Brain Injury, Sports & Recreation

Brain injury is the leading cause of sports-related death. [CDC] 65 percent of all sports-related brain injuries treated annually occurs in people ages five to 18. [CDC] Approximately 208,000 patients with sports or recreation-related brain injuries are treated in...

ATV Tips for Parents

Be a good role model when possible. Be sure to use the equipment yourself when, and if, you ride an ATV. Maintain dialogue with your children: they often see the extreme sports and may be tempted to copy what they see. Speak to them about safety and the many ways in...

ATV Fact Sheet

Kentucky has the highest number of ATV fatalities in the nation. 35% of ATV related deaths involve people less than 16 years of age Males are almost 5 times more likely to be injured on an ATV than females Nearly one-half of all individuals injured in ATV accidents...

Brain Injury & Motorcycles

Brain injury is a leading cause of death in motorcycle crashes. [NHTSA] Helmeted motorcycle riders have up to an 85 percent reduced incidence of severe, serious, and critical brain injuries compared with un-helmeted riders. [JACS] The average inpatient care costs for...