Concussion Info

Saanich Lacrosse Association Policy and Procedures: 

Medical Emergency, Concussion and Return to Play Policy & Procedures

Concussion Incident Form

Online Training Modules:

The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) includes three toolkits providing training in the recognition, treatment and management of concussion for: 1) Medical Professionals; (2) Parents, Players, and Coaches; and (3) School Professionals.

CATT is free, accessible and regularly updated with evidence-based information and resources. Each toolkit includes a self-paced learning module as well as tailored resources relevant to the specific audience.

The Canadian Paediatric Society recommends that anyone involved in child and youth sport should be educated about the signs and symptoms of concussion and the appropriate management of a child with a concussion.


Please follow the links below for concussion management information. 

Brain 101 Module

Concussion Guide for Coaches

Players, check out the link below.

Concussion Guide for Athletes

Parents need to be aware of concussion symptoms too.  You will recognize differences in your child better than anyone!

Here are a couple resources for you:

Brain 101 - The concussion playbook. This program includes a concussion training program for coaches as well as training modules for school administrators, teachers, and teen athletes. Saanich Lacrosse has been given permission to share Brain 101 and use this new program in our concussion policy and protocol. Brain 101 can be found here


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