Sports Safety for Parents

Sports Safety for Parents includes coach and program reputation, weather, field/court conditions, sports equipment, hydration, CPR & First Aid, Concussions, safe rides, communication youth football playersThe saying goes: “It takes a village.”  As Positive Sport Parent, you are part of the village to ensure your child’s safety.   Positive Sport Parents take an active role in ensuring the safety of their child as well as the other children on the field, ice, mat or in the pool.

Here are things to consider as you work to ensure your child’s safety in youth sports:

We know this is not the most fun, exciting aspect of being a Positive Sport Parent, but if you take these ideas to heart, you will be much more able to relax and enjoy your child’s youth sports experience.


In an effort to benefit millions of youth athletes, parents and coaches, this article is among a series created exclusively for partners in the Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive program powered by Positive Coaching Alliance.

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