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How Well Do You Understand Pacing, Energy Conservation & the 3 P’s?

Answer the questions with “true” or “false”.

Knowledge Check

1. After a concussion you must do as much as you can when you are feeling good.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is FALSE.

2. The 3 P’s stand for: Planning, Prioritizing, and Pacing your daily activities.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

3. It’s ok to leave your daily to-do list incomplete sometimes.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

4. Only attempt light physical activities in the first few weeks.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

5. Brain Breaks can be scheduled into your day to make sure you don’t do too much at once.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

6. Daytimers are useful tools to manage your schedule and track your activities.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

7. It is important to balance activity with rest breaks throughout the day.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

8. Prioritizing means deciding what is important AND what you are able to do, based on how you are feeling.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

9. After a concussion it might take more time to finish tasks.
 
 

Correct!

The correct answer is TRUE.

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