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Rowan’s Law

Updated: Jan 29, 2021

Rowan’s Law

Rowan’s Law legislation was passed by the Ontario Government in 2018. This legislation is named in memory of Rowan Stringer who tragically died in 2013 of Second Impact Syndrome, the result of suffering multiple concussion playing rugby three times in six days. The legislation is designed to create a safer environment for competitive amateur athletes, children and youth to play sport. Knowing how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion, and what to do if a concussion happens – whether you’re an athlete, a student, a parent, a coach, a team trainer, an official or an educator– saves lives. The Ontario Government is committed to implementing Rowan’s Law by putting concussion safety information in the hands of people who need it most. Increasing awareness and changing conversations in sport, at school and in our homes, will result in transformative change to the way in which concussions are managed in amateur competitive sport and beyond. Applicable age appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources are located at www.ontario.ca/concussions. The Caboto Soccer Club Concussion Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources must be reviewed before you can register/participate in the CSC.


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Dario Sfalcin
Dario Sfalcin
2020年11月23日

He's got my vote!

いいね!
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