Our partnership with the NCYS will help us provide critical resources and information for our viewers.
Founded in 1979, the NCYS members comprise the Who's Who in the youth sports industry.
Schneider's group planned to survey NCYS
members after the event to determine whether the two organizations will meet in conjunction again next year.
Chartis and the NCYS are a powerhouse team, reaching out across the nation to do all that we can to keep young athletes safe and healthy in whatever sport they choose," said Susan Clarke, President of Accident & Health, U.
Together with the NCYS, we can help deliver this message of safety and awareness to our youngest and most precious athletes - our children.
As members of PSPN, we are proud to partner with NCYS to provide these athletes with the comprehensive care that could only come from organizations that regularly work with both rehabilitation as well as performance training.
The NCYS and PSPN believe this campaign will increase the awareness of injury prevention and sports performance resulting in a safer, healthier and more knowledgeable environment for athletes and organizations.
Interpretation of the Results, including "Red Light/Green Light" according to NCYS Recommended Guidelines
The National Council of Youth Sports has taken a leadership position in addressing the crisis currently affecting youth-serving organizations - known incidents of and potential for abuse and molestation of youth by coaches and mentors," said Sally Cunningham, Executive Director of the NCYS.
The Center is organized to manage the process for organizations in accordance with the Recommended Guidelines established by the NCYS including all of the following in addition to the Check-It-Twice(TM) screening product:
The NCYS membership is a "Who's Who" of the youth sports industry, representing over 70 organizations and more than 46 million participants.
com is the ideal partner for The National Council of Youth Sports to join with as the leaders in youth sports technology," says NCYS President Wanda Rutledge.