CAPT streamlines your concussion return protocols with a digital workflow that gives clarity to subjects, guardians, and designated persons so everyone is on the same page.
Managing, enforcing and following multiple return-to-play and return-to-learn protocols can be challenging, especially for schools and sports organizations. CAPT solves this challenge by streamlining your existing protocol into a series of workflows that can be easily followed and monitored.
CAPT gives you a complete picture of students' and players' recovery with in-app support for multiple concurrent return-to-learn and return-to-sports protocols, while keeping recovery steps simple and understandable for subjects and guardians.
With CAPT, coaches and other designated persons receive automatic email notifications that provide real-time updates on an athlete’s recovery - helping them understand what activities subjects can engage in and what accommodations they might require.
CAPT helps your sports organization or school ensure that your return-to-sport and return-to-learn protocols are being followed correctly with a timestamped activity log for each protocol step, if these steps require signoff from a designated person like a nurse or athletic therapist.
CAPT provides your students and players with a simple step-by-step workflow to follow with our app - making it easier for them to get back into normal activities and easier for you to monitor their progress. Here's how an example return workflow would work for a hockey team.
Once a player is removed after experiencing significant concussion symptoms, CAPT will prompt the designated person to take a series of steps and actions and record an incident report. This report will then automatically become part of your organization's return protocol.
Once in the return protocol, the players first step is to get a medical assessment to confirm if they’ve suffered a concussion. They then download your organization's assessment template and then upload the results for review. This is a simple step using the player’s phone camera within the CAPT app.
If diagnosed with a concussion, the player uses CAPT to go through each step of the return protocol. At each step, they're provided with the recommended timeline, tasks, and help. For certain key steps, they may be required to upload supporting documentation and wait for approval before continuing.
CAPT also helps the player's circle of care - guardians, coaches, and more - follow their progress with an in-app case log showing time stamped updates along with any uploaded documents and completed incident reports. CAPT sends email notifications automatically to keep everyone in the loop.
Once the player has completed all the steps in your concussion protocol and receives sign-off from your designated authority , CAPT automatically updates their status back to “active” and sends an email notification to their circle of care so everyone knows the player is ready to begin full activity again.