Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act
In April 2015, Tennessee passed the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act to increase awareness of sudden cardiac arrest among coaches, parents and athletes.

The legislation, Public Chapter 325, has three key components:
1. To inform and educate coaches, youth athletes and their parents and require them to sign a sudden cardiac arrest information form before competing.
2. To require removal of a youth athlete who appears to have symptoms of sudden cardiac arrest from play or practice at the time of symptoms.
3. To require a youth athlete to be cleared by a licensed health care professional before returning to play or practice.

Both public and private school sports and recreational leagues for children under age 18 that require a fee are affected by the new law. The law covers all sports.

Below you will find links for the required forms, trainings and guidelines that will equip coaches, parents and athletes to recognize and respond to sudden cardiac arrest.

Parent-Athlete Signature Form
Parent-Athlete Signature Form - Spanish Version

Coaches/Athletic Director Signature Form
Coaches and Athletic Directors Signature Form - Spanish Version

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Tennessee Sports Concussion Law
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act
ADA Policies and Procedures
Persons with special needs or requirements, relating to programs administered by the City of Clinton Recreation Department, should notify the Office of the Director in advance of their event or visit at 865-457-1163. Request should be made 48 hrs in advance if possible, so that we may attempt to fulfill your request for special accommodations. The City of Clinton encourages everyone to participate in and use our programs and facilities.