PREPARE is education on sports safety, illness and injury prevention for coaches, volunteers, assistants, parents, sports coordinators, officials and anyone involved in the care of youth athletes.
How can I attend a PREPARE course?
Drayer Physical Therapy Institute is pleased to present the National Center for Sports Safety’s sports PREPARE course at no charge. Completing the course will give you the confidence to respond to an emergency situation and obtain knowledge that is useful on and off the field. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a safety certificate.
PREPARE: Level 1 Sports Safety Education Course June 26, 2017 – 6:30 PM to 8 PM Drayer Physical Therapy Institute Training Facility 8205 Presidents Drive, Hummelstown
What does PREPARE cover?
- Preparing for the unexpected
- Environmental concerns and hydration
- Emergency recognition
- Medical considerations and pre-existing conditions
- Principles of first aid
- Head, neck and facial injuries
- Injury prevention, overuse Injuries and overtraining
The mission of NCSS is to promote the importance of injury and illness prevention and safety at all levels of youth sports and the youth sports community through education and research. PREPARE is recognized and implemented by many national governing bodies including Pop Warner Football.