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Positive and Safe Sports (P.A.S.S.™) Initiative
Positive and Safe Sports (P.A.S.S.™) Initiative

Positive and Safe Sports (P.A.S.S.™) Initiative

As noted in our Get in the Game Section, Youth Sports is an essential element to keeping our kids healthy and fit and can help to form core life values and skills. Having our children participate in youth sports can help to strengthen their future and the future of our community. However, to achieve these goals and benefits our children must have a productive, positive and safe youth sports experience. 

Our mission is to ensure that every child, parent and coach are given the proper knowledge and tools to help them make the most of their experiences.

Our P.A.S.S. (Positive And Safe Sports) Initiaitve is designed to help parents, kids and coaches better remember how youth sports should be. We implement this into information via our website and through a variety of programs out in the community (Information Sections are located at the end of this page below or in the right column menu).

In this section you will find a number of sub-programs and information that helps us in our mission of a more positive and safe sports experience for our local youth.

Positive Sports
Enjoy the Game! 
Parents, athletes and coaches can find information on having or providing a positive environments in local youth sports.

Safe Sports 
Sports Safety Awareness & Prevention.
 Parents, athletes and coach will find a wide-variety of sports safety issues that affect our local youth sports community and information on how to recognize and prevent them from happening or getting worst.

Game-Saver Program 
CPR, AED & First Aid Training, Sports Physicals, Heart Screenings and Concussion Readiness. Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the #1 cause of death in youth athletes! Prevention, Awareness, Readiness is what this program focuses on! Under this program you will find programming that provides affordable CPR, AED, First Aid Certification for specifically for youth sport organizations. There is also programming to provide student athletes with training in Hands-Only CPR and AED Basics. We also an AED Loaner Program so local sports organizations can have an A.E.D. on-hand and we are working on a High School Athlete Program.

It also provides youth athletes with affordable, and sometimes free, Sports Physicals, Heart Screenings using ECG/Echocardiograms, Baseline (Pre-Concussion) testing and several other things.

P.A.S.S. Community Outreach 
Spreading the Message! We take a proactive approach that takes us out to local sports teams, leagues, schools and community events where we interactively speak with parents and kids about positive and safe sports awareness and prevention.

P.A.S.S. Coach Association 
Ensuring Proper Experience's.
 PASS Coach Association coaches are coaches who have met a certain standard as set forth by LVSF. It ensures that the coaches coaching our kids have the training and tools needed to make the best of our children's sports experience's. Coaches must abide by a strict Code of Ethic; Are Members of a National Coaching Program; Recieve Verified Background Checks Every Two Years; are Certified in CPR, AED & First Aid; Must Complete an All-Inclusive Sports Safety Training Course; and complete at least 1 of 3 Positive Coaching Courses.

P.A.S.S. Youth Sports Organizations
Local Organizations Ensuring the Safety of Our Children. PASS Youth Sports Organizations are organizations that follow by certain set of standards outlined by LVSF to ensure that our kids are in a positive and safe environment. These organizations have coaches in our P.A.S.S. Coach Association; Require Yearly Sports Physicals; Take part in our Game-Saver Hands-Only CPR program for youth athletes; and more... These organization's also have access to our A.E.D. Loaner Program... 

Hearing and learning things just once is not enough. Many times bits of information can be missed, they can go in one ear and out the other or as time goes by we tend to forget the most basic of things. This information and the tools that accompany them need to be etched into the minds of everyone involved in youth sports. We want to make sure that there are constant reminders of this and our program that is based here locally, is designed to accomplish just that.

We are proud partners with: The Southern Nevada American Red Cross, ASSOM’s Stop Sports Injuries Campaign, The National Athletic Trainers Association, The National Alliance for Youth Sports, The CDC, The National Center for Sports Safety, The Youth Sports Safety Alliance and other numerous local and national organizations. We are always looking for new and unique programs and information to bring to our community.

Monday, 04 August 2014 00:00

Required Screening Forms

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  All Forms Below Must be Downloaded and Completed Before You Arrive to Your Scheduled Screening Time! Screening Event - Saturday July16th, 2016 Note: If your child is getting a sports physical to partcipate in a Clark County School District Sanctioned Sport, You Must Get an Athletic Packet from Your School as they Require Their Own PPE Forms. You May Also Download One Below but You Will Still be Responsible to Pay Any Packet Fee(s) to the School...   Consent, Release, Waiver Form  (MUST BE COMPLETED and SIGNED by PARENT) PPE Forms (for Non-CCSD Sanctioned Sports Activity Only | HISTORY…
A 1st baseman with the California Thunder Girls Travel Softball Team has died days after having a brain aneurysm on the field. Dana Housley was playing in a game Saturday May 23rd, 2015 when she reportedly told her coach she felt dizzy and collapsed. Family and teammates had held out hope the 15-year-old player would survive the traumatic event but after several days on life support, on May 27, Dana passed away at Kaiser hospital in Fontana. Housley’s teammates have created a hashtag #prayfordana to support the teen and draw attention to her case. A brain aneurysm occurs when a…
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Posted with Permission from the Author: Louis M. Profeta, MDInfographic Courtesy of ESPN - 2013 I don't care if your eight year old can throw a baseball through six inches of plywood. He is not going to the pros. I don't care if your twelve-year-old scored seven touchdowns last week in Pop Warner. He is not going to the pros. I don't care if your sixteen-year-old made first team all-state in basketball. He is not playing in the pros. I don't care if your freshman in college is a varsity scratch golfer, averaging two under par. He isn't playing in…
Before submitting a request, Please Ensure you have read and agree to everything in our A.E.D. Loaner Program Policy & Procedures Here and that your organization meets the Eligibilty Requirements... You Then Must Read & Agree To: Release of Liability (Form # GS-AED-2). Use of Equipment Agreement (Form # GS-AED-3) The above forms must be read before submitting a request. They can be filled out and handed-in, in person, if and when your request is approved. Organization's Certified Safety Officer/Coach must be present at finalization meeting and must provide a copy of a valid ID and CPR/A.E.D. Certification Card or Certificate by the American…
Link to submit a request is located at the end of the Policy & Procedures information... I. Policy: The LV Sportz Foundation establishes the following eligibility and application guidelines for Youth Sports Organizations or Events in Southern Nevada Eligibility and Use of our A.E.D. Loaner Program (“Program”). II. Purpose:           This policy establishes the necessary criteria and processes to determine who and how organizations may participate in the Program. The LV Sportz Foundation is committed to providing loaner A.E.D.’s to local sports organizations or events at little to no cost to those deemed eligible for the purpose of expanding A.E.D. coverage…
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 15:24

A.E.D. Loaner Program

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We are currently looking for youth sports organizations in Southern Nevada to run a pilot for this program. Please Contact us ASAP! We Currently Have 1 A.E.D. Available! Current LVSF Inventory:   1   A.E.D.'s Currently in Loan:   0     Available A.E.D.'s by Season:       Spring 2015 Summer 2015 Fall 2015 Winter 2015 Still Available:   1 1 1 1 # Loaned:   0 0 0 0 To:   Your Organization Here! Your Organization Here! Your Organization Here! Your Organization Here!     A.E.D.’s are expensive and take a lot to maintain. On average an A.E.D. costs between $1,200…
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Program Stats

Physicals/Heart Screens Given 0 2 0 1
Baseline Concussion Tests Given 0 0 0 0
Coach/Team Moms CPR/AED Certified 0 0 0 7
Kids Trained in Hands-Only CPR 0 0 5 6
Available A.E.D. Loaners 0 0 0 1
Assisted Registrations 0 0 0 8
Free Sports Clinics Held 0 0 0 4
         

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Teresa Woods Russell
2013-01-14, 06:46
You did a GREAT job!!! This Camp was awesome!! (Introduction to Youth Rugby)