What You Need to Know About Abuse Prevention During COVID-19: May 7 webinar by Player’s Health
Minneapolis, MN (Apr. 29, 2020) – Player’s Health is launching a webinar to raise awareness for children in unsafe homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many children seek refuge at schools or sports and extracurricular activities. With closings, cancellations and indefinite postponements, domestic abuse rates are on the rise.
The webinar hosted by Player’s Health will include three panelists from across the United States. Abigail Emerson is the VP of Business Development and Strategy at 8to18 Digital, a developer of professional athletic management software. Dan Mills is the Assistant Director of Training at the U.S. Center for SafeSport, an organization set up in 2017 under the auspices of the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization of 2017. The final panelist is Ashley Davis, the Director of Partnerships at Darkness to Light, a non-profit that empowers adults to prevent child sexual abuse. Davis is also a sexual abuse survivor.
The panel will go live on Thursday, May 7 at 12:00 pm (noon) CST and will be moderated by Molly McCort, Director of Risk Management at Player’s Health.
Click here to reserve your seat in the Crowdcast webinar.
About Player’s Health
Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Player’s Health is a sports services organization that provides digital risk management services and reporting tools to sports organizations to comply with the changing athletic environment and responsibilities. Player’s Health works towards establishing the safest environment for athletes and views the health and safety of athletes as a priority in today’s sports landscape. This requires creating and maintaining products that provide a circle of care for safety, trust, accountability, and accessibility for athletes. In doing so, Player’s Health is a company where the mission drives the business and creates an environment where fun and peace of mind lives in sports. For more information, visit playershealth.com.
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