It is important to understand that the signs and symptoms listed below are common for a concussion, but may exist independently of one another;
Headache, Neck Pain, Nausea, Vomiting, Loss of appetite, Balance Problems/Dizziness, Drowsiness/Fatigue, Difficultly Sleeping, Nervousness/Anxiety, Sensitivity to light/noise, Double Vision, Altered Emotions, Ringing in the ears, Feeling slowed down, Feeling in a “fog”, Difficulty concentrating or remembering, Confusion/Disorientation.
Please go to the CDC concussion web page for more information . www.cdc.gov/headsup
Parents/Spectators shall: - Be respectful of the emotional and physical well-being and development of all youth participants- Allow the coach to coach the game and refrain from directing players on the field - Maintain a positive sideline demeanor and provide encouragement to all of the players - Control emotions and provide only positive comments to players, referees, parents and coaches of either team - Concerns shall not be addressed to players, parents or referees of either team at anytime. - Concerns shall only be addressed to the OLV coach either by e-mail or by phone. - Any person that is not conducting themselves in the proper manner may be asked to leave the field - Please communicate these codes to others attending your child’s games