As the parent or guardian of the player being registered to play in the Beaverton Aloha Little League, we hereby consent, grant and give our permission to said league, hereafter known as B.A.L.L., in perpetually to use, modify, reproduce, distribute, and publicly display in any and all forms whether now known or later developed, the image, name, voice, or likeness of the above listed minor in any and all commercial exploits, promotional materials and announcements, publications, media releases, or advertisements for the benefit of B.A.L.L., electronic or otherwise ("Works") and waive all rights to the same. We agree that neither my player nor myself will receive any compensation whatsoever for the granting of this release, if such image, name, voice, or likeness appears in any Works, or from any proceeds of any utilized Work.

Please note: if you do not want your player to be filmed, please inform the league in writing of your wishes. Thank you.

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Information about Concussions

Information about Concussions

 What is a Concussion?

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Concussions can also occur from a fall or a blow to the body that causes the head and brain to move quickly back and forth.

Health care professionals may describe a concussion as a “mild” brain injury because concussions are usually not life-threatening. Even so, their effects can be serious.


What are the Signs and Symptoms of Concussion?

Thinking and Remembering - Difficulty thinking clearly, Feeling slowed down, Difficulty concentrating, orDifficulty remembering new information

Physical - Headache, Fuzzy or blurry vision, Nausea or vomiting (early on), Sensitive to light, Balance problems, or Feeling tired or having no energy

Emotional and Mood - Irritability, Sadness, More emotional than normal, nervousness, or anxiety

Sleep - Trouble falling asleep, Sleetpmore than usual, or Sleep less than usual

Most people with a concussion recover quickly and fully. But for some people, symptoms can last for days, weeks, or longer. In general, recovery may be slower among older adults, young children, and teens. Those who have had a concussion in the past are also at risk of having another one and may find that it takes longer to recover if they have another concussion.

Some of these symptoms may appear right away, while others may not be noticed for days or months after the injury, or until the person starts resuming their everyday life and more demands are placed upon them. Sometimes, people do not recognize or admit that they are having problems. Others may not understand why they are having problems and what their problems really are, which can make them nervous and upset.

The signs and symptoms of a concussion can be difficult to sort out. Early on, problems may be missed by the person with the concussion, family members, or doctors. People may look fine even though they are acting or feeling differently. See Getting Better, for tips to help aid your recovery after a concussion.


When to Seek Immediate Medical Attention and Danger Signs in ChildrenTake your child to the emergency department right away if they received a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body, and they:

  • Have any of the danger signs for adults listed above.

  • Will not stop crying and cannot be consoled.

  • Will not nurse or eat.


What we Teach our Managers, Coaches, and Umpires

If a player experiences a blow to the head by a ball, bat, other person, or any other manner, the player must be attended to immediately even if that means that the game or practice must be paused.

An evaluation must be performed and if there are any of the symptoms described above present, the player shall be taken out of the practice or, if during a game, for at least one inning. You, as a parent, have the ability to join your player in the dugout or have your player join you in the stands so that you can aid in evaluating the severity of the situation. If you and the B.A.L.L. representative, be it a Manager, Coach or Umpire, agree, the player can re-enter the game. If either of you believe that the player likely has some level of a concussion, the player is not to return to the game. If the injury appears severe, medical attention should be sought immediately by calling 911 or by having the parent/guardian transporting the player to a medical professional. If the player seeks medical attention, they must provide a doctor’s note stating that they are cleared to play before they can play with their team in any capacity.


It Takes All of Us

The prevention, identification and treatment of concussions is everyone’s duty: the league’s, the league’s volunteers and umpires, yours and your players. Together, we can insure that we have a safe environment where our players are protected from serious injury.

 For more information on concussions,. Click on this link: Concussion Handout  

Little League Insurance

What every parent should know about L.L. insurance:

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