Sports Concussion LibrarySport Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT2)http://www.sportconcussionlibrary.com/content/sport-concussion-assessment-tool-2-scat2 (Information)http://www.cces.ca/files/pdfs/SCAT2%5B1%5D.pdf (Downloadable Paper Assessment)The SCAT2 is a standardized method of evaluating injured athletes for concussion and can be used in athletes aged from 10 years and older.The SCAT2 is a screening evaluation tool designed for use only by qualified first responders or medical professionals. The SCAT2 score does not independently determine the diagnosis of a concussion, nor does it independently determine the injured athlete’s recovery or return to play status. Such determination can only be made by a medical professional who has experience in the treatment of sport concussion. - See more at: http://www.sportconcussionlibrary.com/content/sport-concussion-assessment-tool-2-scat2#sthash.OdR7DIkk.dpufSport Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT3)http://www.sportconcussionlibrary.com/content/sport-concussion-assessment-tool-3-scat3 (Information)http://www.scat3.ca/sclogin/ (Online Assessment)The SCAT3 is a standardized tool for evaluating injured athletes for concussion and can be used in athletes aged from 13 years and older. it supersedes the original SCAT and the SCAT2 published in 2005 and 2009, respectively. For younger persons, ages 12 and under, please use the Child SCAT3. the SCAT3 is designed for use by medical professionals. If you are not qualified, please use the Sport Concussion recognition tool. preseason baseline testing with the SCAT3 can be helpful for interpreting post-injury test scores.