Youth sports has changed, and in many ways not for the better. Changing the Game is a guide to help parents and coaches ensure that athletics is a positive and rewarding experience for our kids. It is also a roadmap for adults to use to give the game back to our kids, to put the “play” back in playing sports.
Whether you're a new parent or a seasoned vet, US Youth Soccer's pocketbook will help you get ready for the season. It will give you the basics for all terms used in soccer, so you get a handle on how to talk to your player.
Concussion can be difficult to diagnose or detect in the heat of competition. Osborne recommends parents monitor for concussion symptoms as much as possible. Asking your child if they are okay multiple times during the day or night after collisions or other causes of head trauma and monitoring them for effects of concussions is an important way to make sure they are safe.
Here are more links to the Seminar
Palatine Celtic Soccer - Concussion Seminar Part 2 - Dr. Beth Pieroth North Shore Health