Concussions: Living in the Solution

Mike Adamle looks over the new sports complex bordered by Lake Michigan at Northwestern University after riding his bike to campus. (Chris Cadeau / Medill)

By Chris Cadeau
Medill Reports

We know about concussion dangers, the arguments that have ensued and the threat it poses to modern sports. But what are concussion survivors doing to ensure the best quality of life possible?

Join Medill Newsmakers as we explore a ‘day in the life’ of former NFL running back and Northwestern All-American Mike Adamle and his wife Kim, and learn how  a dementia diagnosis attributed to probable CTE changed their life. Hear how the Adamles, along with the Concussion Legacy Foundation and former Northwestern football player Quentin Williams, are influencing the world of post-concussion survivors.