Home School Sports
The following links are Home school Sports organizations located in the Oklahoma City metro area. Please feel free to visit their websites.
To help coaches, parents, and athletes properly identify and respond to a concussion, the CDC, in partnership with leading experts and organizations, developed the HEADS UP: Concussion in School Sports initiative and materials.
Senate Bill 1164 signed into law on June 6th, 2016 directs the State Department of Health to create a concussion management section on its website to provide guidelines necessary for each school district and youth sports organization to develop their own policies and procedures pertaining to concussions, head injuries, and related matters. It directs youth sports organizations or associations to develop policies and procedures for concussions and head injuries. Information about such injuries must be given annually to the athlete and their parent or guardian.
Additionally, acknowledgment and understanding of the information must be completed and maintained by each school, youth sports organization or association prior to the athlete’s participation in practice or competition. The bill requires game and team officials to annually undergo concussion training provided by the CDC, the National Federation of State High School Associations, or a comparable program or resource. It requires that an athlete be removed from practice or competition by any game official or team official if the athlete exhibits signs of a concussion or head injury.
What is a Concussion?
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