Concussion Prevention, Recognition and Response
Hundreds of thousands of youth participate in a wide variety of sports across the country. Concussions can happen in any sport or recreational activity. Our coaches are required to participate in a training course on concussion recognition and response. We encourage every parent to learn about concussion safety and help us educate your player on how to recognize the symptoms. You can find these resources and the training course under the Resources tab.
Appears dazed, stunned or confused
Unsure of game, score, or own name and birth date
Behavior or personality changes
Can't recall events prior to or after injury
Loses consciousness (even briefly)
Headache or pressure in the head
Nausea or vomiting
Balance problems or dizziness
Double or blurry vision
Sensitivity to light or noise
Concentration or memory problems
Feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy or groggy
CONCUSSION INFORMATION & ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SHEET
If your player experiences a concussion, please review the Medical Clearance - Return to Play protocol link below.