Cattonline.com currently provides a free online concussion toolkit: Concussion Awareness Training Toolkit for Parents, Players, and Coaches.
The website provides up-to-date education, tools, and resources to help prevent, recognize, treat and manage concussions as well as support decreasing the impact of concussion when they do occur. These resources are updated on a monthly basis and will provide the latest evidence on how to deal with a concussion.
Parents and Coaches can access the online learning tool here.
You can download "Return to Soccer Following A Concussion" information sheet here.
QUICK FACTS & STATS:
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Kids should remove all jewelry before playing, including watches, rings, earrings, and necklaces.
Play safe to keep playing
BC Soccer Head Injuries and Concussions Guidelines (includes Return to Play recommendations)
SCAT3 – Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 3
SCAT3 – Sport Concussion Assessment Tool Child
Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool
Making Head Way NCCP E-Learning Course
BC Soccer recommends that all coaches take the NCCP E-Learning course “Making Head Way” found here
Player Insurance (from BC Soccer website)
Sport Accident Insurance is coverage for sanctioned practices and games. This includes items such as dental, physiotherapy, accident reimbursement, accidental death, fracture indemnity, rehabilitation indemnity, tuition fees reimbursement, emergency transportation benefit, and eye glasses or contact lenses expense.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Group Accident # ACL 6022 (please enter ACL 6022 under GROUP POLICY No. on the claim form)
Sport Insurance Information (brochure)
Should you have any questions regarding insurance/coverage, including to obtain a copy of an insurance certificate, please contact All Sport directly:
All Sport Insurance Marketing Ltd.
507 – 1367 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC Canada V6H 4A7
Tel (604) 737-3018
Fax (604) 737-3076