Resources for TCYBA Parents
TCYBA Rules and Policies
It’s important for parents to be acquainted with the TCYBA Rules and Policies, available here.
Steve Nash Youth Basketball Parents Guide
The program strives to help parents play a supportive role in their child’s development and nurture their sport experience to be fun, safe and valuable.
Steve Nash Youth Basketball Parents Guide (5568 KB)
The Educated Sports Parent
This document deals with the impact that early specialization in sports can have, how to prevent overuse injuries, athletic burnout and developing a healthy perspective about youth sports.
The Educated Sports Parent (72 KB)
Concussion Awareness Training Tool website at cattonline.com
to learn about and how to identify concussion symptoms in our young athletes.
A good overview for parents of kids playing in TCYBA.
TCYBA Parents Guide (464 KB)
Parents Code of Conduct
A brief outline of TCYBA’s expectations for all parents
TCYBA Parents Code of Conduct (82 KB)
FAQ & Facts for Parents
Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
TCYBA FAQ & Facts for Parents (143 KB)
Sports Nutrition for Young Athletes
Eating well plays a critical role in keeping sports fun and safe! This is especially true for highly active kids.
Sport Nutrition for Active Kids! (245 KB)
Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD) Information for Parents
Doing what is best for your child is what Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is all about, and Canadian sport is working hard to develop LTAD plans for all sports.
Long-Term Athlete Development Info for Parents (3219 KB)
How to Be a Positive Sports Parent
Positive parenting in sports is a choice parents make that allows sports to be about kids and not about parents.
Be a Positive Sports Parent (46 KB)