Comment from the photographer, Dave:
"This is the first time we have used this printing company and obviously the last. Cropping and the scratches were not issues when we ordered our sample run through them. I hope you understand that these issues were not a reflection of my company. The print company has agreed to fix some of the issues that were on their end and we have started orders to fix everything else. I'm going to hand check all of the corrected prints before delivering them.
2020 SPRING REGISTRATION OPENS NOVEMBER 1st
No refunds after player evaluations. No refunds after teams are made.
Dick's Sportings Goods Day: 20% off your purchase
Uniform distribution (1-8 grade)-
Parent's Night Out-
SJYLAX Tournament- June 7, 2020
Lacrosse End of Year Family Pool Party-
Not mandatory but recommended *
Rothman Institute Marlton
999 NJ-73, Marlton, NJ 08053, USA
Parents can click on the register button to choose a time slot. Rothman will then send a confirmation email with their preferred time, or the closest available time for their athlete.
Testing takes about 30-60 minutes depending on which tests they choose.
WHAT IS BASELINE TESTING?
Baseline tests are assessments that measure how the brain functions prior to receiving a head injury. These assessments look at balance and brain function (vision, learning and memory skills, attention or concentration, and speed of thinking and problem-solving), as well as concussion symptoms. Baseline testing should be performed before the start of a sport’s season, prior to the first practice. Baseline tests can also be taken by individuals who do not compete in sports but would like to have a baseline test available in case of an injury. Without a baseline test to use for comparison, post-injury test scores can be compared only to the general population.
WHY SHOULD A BASELINE TEST BE TAKEN?
The purpose of the baseline testing is to provide a better clinical picture for individualized brain recovery. It allows for a normal or pre-injury comparison should you suffer an injury, and will supply physicians with more accurate information as they determine when you are safe to return to sports or other life activities.
WHAT KIND OF BASELINE TESTING DOES THE JEFFERSON COMPREHENSIVE CONCUSSION CENTER OFFER?
We offer ImPACT, ImPACT Pediatric, Sway Balance, and the King-Devick Test as individual tests or as part of a comprehensive baseline testing package.
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN THE TESTING PROCESS?
The ImPACT, Sway, and King-Devick tests measure cognitive skills, vision, memory, motor skills, balance, and reaction time. A computer, tablet, and reading chart are utilized during the testing time. A provider is present with you or your child during a majority of the testing and provides instructions throughout the testing. The ImPACT test is taken in a quiet environment where you will be able to perform to the best of your ability.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I GET BASELINE TESTED?
ImPACT testing should be completed every year prior to middle school, and every other year from middle school until college. College level athletes should complete an ImPACT baseline test once, as should all professional athletes and adult non-athletes. Sway Balance and King-Devick tests should be completed every year through high school.
WHAT IS THE COST OF A BASELINE TEST?
Baseline tests cost $15 each, or $40 for a comprehensive baseline package. Payment is taken at the time of your scheduled appointment.