CAHA Concussion Information Page
Did You Know: In the 2012-13 season, CAHA
became the first affiliate of USA Hockey to implement state-wide
This mandatory protocol is a critical component of CAHA's commitment
to educating their membership - players, coaches, parents, managers,
volunteers and leadership - about the importance of being able to
recognize the symptoms of a concission.
Player Safety Comes First Update!
We are all responsible for player safety. Recognizing a concussion
is the first step to ensuring a complete recovery, and safe return
to the ice.
The CAHA Concussion Clearance Form
The CAHA Concussion
Clearance Form should be use each time a player is removed from play
for a concussion evaluation. This form should be completed by the
medical professional caring for the player, and kept in the player's
club records once they are cleared to resume particiation.
For more information, facts and discussion documentation, please take the time to read, review and view the following additional items:
CDC Fact Sheet Athletes 7-9-12.pdf
Top Concussion Misconceptions 7-9-12.pdf
USAH Heads Up Hockey Coaches Tri-fold 7-9-12.pdf
CDC Coach Training Presentation Heads Up Concussion in Sports Script 7-9-12.pdf
Host Workshop Flyer 7-9-12.pdf
CDC Fact Sheet Coaches 7-9-12.pdf
Have questions about Concussions? E-mail Jaime Campbell at: CAHAJaime@gmail.com