We are adhering to ALL COVID-19 safety guidelines.
The Westside Timbers takes the safety and well-being of our athletes seriously. So starting with the 2018/2019 Soccer Season we have partnered with Providence Sports Medicine and their Providence Play Safe Program, to facilitate and support families in obtaining the medical care needed in case of a concussion or other serious injury. This is really an enhancement to what we have already been providing our players.
"Providence Play Safe is an injury management program, combining the expertise of Providence's Certified Athletic Trainers and Sports Medicine Physicians with online management tools. This means faster, more effective communication to help you navigate the healthcare system following injury."
Play Safe uses the Healthy Roster software platform for reporting concussions and serious injuries. Westside Timbers Coaching Staff are responsible for reporting these in the Play Safe System.
Please click on the Providence Play Safe bar below for a Parent Information Letter about the Program.
Westside Timbers Soccer Club
Westside Timbers Soccer Club follows the Washington State House Bill 1824, also known as the "Zackery Lystedt Law". The Lystedt Law directly affects youth sports and Traumatic Brain Injuries and requires that:
Additionally the Westide Timbers Soccer Club requires:
Providence Sports Medicine will be providing
FREE ImPACT Testing
for all rosterd Westside Timbers Players.
Schedules for appointments will be sent out in June.
Please note this is for players 12 years old and older.
ImPACT Test Overview