HealthSouth Huntington to Hold ATV Safety Course During Brain Injury Awareness Month
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Huntington will join the Brain Injury Association of America and its partners in recognizing Brain Injury Awareness Month by hosting an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Safety Course on Saturday, March 18 at 1 p.m. at the hospital, located at 6900 W. Country Club Drive. West Virginia Natural Resources police officers and Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Division officers will present information on how to be safe while operating an ATV.
Topics to be covered include safe operation of ATVs and the importance of wearing helmets to prevent serious head injuries. All ages are welcome and parents are asked to stay with any minors that are present. Refreshments will be provided.
“National Brain Injury Awareness Month is a perfect time to share with our community the safety precautions that could prevent a brain injury,” said Kristy Wolfe, director of therapy operations at HealthSouth Huntington. “Many community members of all ages are using ATVs regularly for work and leisure activities.We encourage everyone to come out and participate in this event to help keep safety top of mind.”
To reserve a spot, please call Kristin Hatfield at 304-733-1060, ext 1352.