Rowan’s Law - Concussion safety, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Oct 28, 2020 | Darryl Terpstra | 1316 views
Rowan’s Law - Concussion safety
Hi Everyone,
The good news is...we are no longer required to complete complicated baseline testing related to concussion protocol.
The even better news? There are easy to follow, age specific, user friendly resources to ensure caregivers and participants understand the signs, symptoms and necessary protocol with respect to concussions.

Please take the time to carefully review the information available in the link below. You will be receiving a follow up email from your teams manager, please watch the age specific video with your hockey player and complete the attached form.
*We will be collecting the acknowledgement forms next week with your second session registration payment.

There are some changes to Rowan’s Law being announced in January 2021 (see link at bottom of the page). We will be sure to keep you posted in the coming months by sharing updated information on our Facebook page as well as our website.

Thank you in advance for prioritizing this important information/task.

 

Rowan’s Law Concussion safety:

https://www.ontario.ca/page/rowans-law-concussion-safety

 

Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form:

https://www.ohf.on.ca/media/3v4bbj14/ohf-rowan-s-law-acknowledgement-form.pdf

 

Video for under 10: https://youtu.be/PvTS4bvrTRU

Video for players 11-14: https://youtu.be/Y8HbNORdw00

Video for 15 years and up: https://youtu.be/H1puD-iVJcM

 

Rowan’s Law Section 4 Proclamation Date Change: January 1, 2021

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