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Patrick Abele

Executive Director

Beaufort County Schools

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Beaufort County Schools

5337 US Hwy 264E, BCCC Building 5

Washington, North Carolina, 27889

United States

Company Description

Beaufort County United Way is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization--founded in 1961--and is an affiliate of United Way of America. We are governed by a local board of directors made up of volunteers from the community who help plan and organize the local fundra...more

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Local school leaders say let's be proactive about concussions

If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during competition, ImPACT is used to help determine the severity of the injury and when the injury has fully-healed, according to Patrick Abele, executive director of learning services for Beaufort County Schools.
ImPACT was recently previewed for school board members, school principals and the news media. The test does not replace a medical diagnosis but is intended to help medical professionals with that diagnosis, Abele said during the briefing. "We want to be proactive and have an additional measure in place before a student athlete returns to play," he said. "It's another tool that can be used." ImPACT can be used by the schools to help student athletes avoid "second impact syndrome" by preventing them from returning to play before their brains heal, he said. If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during competition, ImPACT is used to help determine the severity of the injury and when the injury has fully-healed, according to Patrick Abele, executive director of learning services for Beaufort County Schools. ImPACT was recently previewed for school board members, school principals and the news media. The test does not replace a medical diagnosis but is intended to help medical professionals with that diagnosis, Abele said during the briefing. "We want to be proactive and have an additional measure in place before a student athlete returns to play," he said. "It's another tool that can be used." ImPACT can be used by the schools to help student athletes avoid "second impact syndrome" by preventing them from returning to play before their brains heal, he said.


http://www.wdnweb.com/2011/12/10/grant-process-shifting/

Patrick Abele with Beaufort County Schools, and speaking for the education and workforce development group, stressed the need to give Beaufort County students, and the community at large, education resources, especially access to technology, which would allow students and workers to be competitive in a global market.


http://www.wdnweb.com/2011/08/31/schools-remain-closed/

Bath Elementary, Chocowinity Middle and S.W. Snowden Elementary schools and the Ed Tech Center sustained damage that is considered "major," according to Patrick Abele, executive director for learning services for Beaufort County Schools.


http://www.wdnweb.com/2011/08/18/policy-changes-ok%e2%80%99d/

If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury in competition, that athlete will be required to take another test that can be used by doctors to help determine the severity of the injury and when the injury has fully healed, according to Patrick Abele, executive director for learning services for Beaufort County Schools.


http://www.wdnweb.com/2011/08/16/bcs-targets-concussions/

If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during competition, that athlete will be required to take another test that may be used by doctors to help determine the severity of the injury and when the injury has fully healed, according to Patrick Abele, executive director for learning services for Beaufort County Schools.
Cost of the program is expected to be $375 per school for an unlimited number of baseline tests and an unlimited number of post-concussion tests, Abele told the committee. Packets of information, including information describing the signs and symptoms of concussions, are to be distributed to student athletes and their parents, Abele said. Baseline tests for fall sports are scheduled to be conducted this week, he said.


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