Head protector Arrangements and the Colorado 4-H Horse Program.


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This ought to be entirely held fast to in any type of riding. ... Wounds because of steed riding. Work with province expansion organizations, 4-H, and other equestrian gatherings to advance ...
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Helmet Policies and the Colorado 4-H Horse Program

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The 4-H Mission 4-H Youth Development Education makes steady situations for socially various youth and grown-ups to achieve their fullest potential. In backing of this mission, we will: • Provide formal and non-formal group centered experiential learning. • Develop abilities that advantage youth all through life. • Foster administration and volunteerism in youth and grown-ups. • Build inward and outside youth/grown-up associations for programming and financing. • Strengthen families and groups. • Use research-based information and the area stipend college framework. Accomplishment of this mission will bring about skilled, able, and minding residents.

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The 4-H Value Set We trust that young improvement is the center of all that we do. We trust youth/grown-up associations are vital to fruitful youth advancement. We trust that volunteerism is principal. We put stock in the quality achieved from assorted qualities over the whole scope of 4-H encounters.

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Colorado 4-H Development Handbook: Introduction and Philosophy; Targeting Life Skills "The objective of youth writing computer programs is to give formatively proper chances to youngsters to experience life abilities, to practice them until they are found out, and have the capacity to utilize them as essential all through a lifetime . Through the experiential learning process, youth disguise the information and addition the capacity to apply the aptitudes suitably."

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What are the cap necessities in other 4-H programs?

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Idaho, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Ohio, Nebraska – a few provinces Alaska, Hawaii – complete tenet; 9 states have statewide no principle 25 states have complete standards (constantly)

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Colorado – region choice Counties requiring head protectors include: Fremont, Jackson, Larimer, San Miguel El Paso, La Plata (gymkhana just)

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Colorado State University Helmets are required at all times for all riders taking an interest in CSU equine exercises.

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4-H Horse Project Manual Chapter 16 – Horse Safety Guidelines "Wear defensive headgear when riding. This ought to be entirely held fast to in any type of riding."

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How common are steed related wounds? "The rate of genuine harm per number of riding hours is assessed to be higher for horseback riders than for motorcyclists and vehicles racers" JL Firth, "Equestrian wounds", in Sports wounds: systems, aversion and treatment . (refered to on CDC website page)

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How common are steed related head wounds? National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) information tracks crisis room visits. 1997 information: 58710 steed related crisis room visits 9633 head wounds (1 out of each 6 visits) 2089 foot and toe wounds

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Head wounds don\'t "recuperate". The harmed segments of the mind stay harmed. Different bits of the mind may adjust.

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Head wounds don\'t "mend". The harmed bits of the mind stay harmed. Different parts of the mind may adjust. Different segments of the cerebrum won\'t not adjust.

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Excerpts from "Harm in Colorado", Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, 2005. (p. 67) Focusing particularly on equestrian wounds, in 1998 an expected 64,608 people were dealt with in U.S. healing facility crisis offices for stallion related wounds. Nineteen percent of those wounds were to the head or face. The rate of horseback riding damage adequately extreme to require doctor\'s facility based crisis consideration was an expected 28 for each 100,000 riding hours , contrasted with the rate of 3.7 for each 100,000 riding hours for bike related wounds.

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Excerpts from "Harm in Colorado", Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, 2005. (p. 67) From examination of information from the Colorado Traumatic Brain Injury Surveillance, 179 Coloradans were hospitalized in 2001 and 2002 with a traumatic mind harm supported while riding a steed . An expected 14 percent were known not wearing a protective cap at the season of the harm. Around 66% of the stallion riders (65 percent) were female. Half of the riders were age 42 or more established , be that as it may, 16 percent were ages 5-14 . All things considered, five bicyclists are murdered and 166 are hospitalized every year for a traumatic cerebrum harm maintained in a bike crash .

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Excerpts from "Damage in Colorado", Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, 2005. (p. 72) Recommended procedure for counteractive action: Injuries because of steed riding Work with region expansion offices, 4-H, and other equestrian gatherings to advance equestrian head protector use.

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Equestrian Helmets: Why Not?

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Helmets are appalling

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Helmets are terrible They won\'t appear to be so revolting once we get used to them. Is design more critical than wellbeing?

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Ski protective caps decrease head harm Helmets diminished head damage among skiers by 60% (6,000 skiers included in study) (Norwegian study distributed in Feb. 22, 2006 Journal of American Medical Association )

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Eddy Mercxk

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Bicycle protective caps diminish head harm Bicycle caps decrease the danger of genuine head damage by as much as 85% and the danger of cerebrum damage by as much as 88%. ( Injury Fact Book , Center for Disease Control)

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Bicycle protective caps lessen head damage Bicycle caps decrease the danger of genuine head harm by as much as 85% and the danger of mind damage by as much as 88%. ( Injury Fact Book , Center for Disease Control)

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Deb Mohon – 11 time NFR qualifier Delores Toole – 2004 NFR

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Helmets cost excessively! Troxel caps accessible through National Safe Kids Campaign . $25 each if bought separately. $20 each if bought in mass (10 or more). Different protective caps are accessible at nearby tack shops.

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"I don\'t care for compulsory tenets!"

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Current obligatory necessities include: Boots (to secure feet) "I don\'t care for obligatory guidelines!"

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Current required prerequisites include: Boots (to ensure feet) Long-sleeved shirt (to secure arms) "I don\'t care for obligatory principles!"

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Current compulsory necessities include: Boots (to ensure feet) Long-sleeved shirt (to ensure arms) Long jeans (to secure legs) "I don\'t care for obligatory standards!"

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Current obligatory necessities include: Boots (to secure feet) Long-sleeved shirt (to ensure arms) Long jeans (to secure legs) Belt "I don\'t care for compulsory standards!"

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Current obligatory prerequisites include: Boots (to secure feet) Long-sleeved shirt (to secure arms) Long jeans (to ensure legs) Belt Coat (English riders) "I don\'t care for obligatory standards!"

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Current required necessities include: Boots (to ensure feet) Long-sleeved shirt (to secure arms) Long jeans (to secure legs) Belt Coat (English riders) "A traditionalist hued chase or dressage coat, light-hued breeches… " "I don\'t care for compulsory guidelines!"

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"A cap necessity will hurt enlistment."

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"A protective cap prerequisite will hurt enlistment." Do we esteem numbers over wellbeing???

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"A head protector necessity will hurt enlistment." Do we esteem numbers over security??? 15 states with compulsory head protector approaches reacted to Brenda Brown\'s review 10 states saw practically zero impact on enlistment 3 states reported provisional impact 1 state said sway differed relying upon staff demeanors in districts 1 state arrangement was too new to know impact

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Program declared, video required No cap program No cap program Helmets required Helmets required Larimer County\'s experience:

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Helmets are not customary

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Helmets are not conventional Let\'s make wellbeing a custom

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Education or Policy? Concentrates on bike head protector use demonstrate instruction alone is less viable than a mix of training and cap necessities. Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center, University of Washington, 1997

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Education or Policy? Ponders on bike head protector use demonstrate instruction alone is less viable than a mix of training and cap prerequisites. BOTH training and protective cap necessities for young people are required. Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center, University of Washington, 1997

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Excerpts from "Damage in Colorado", Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, 2005. (p. 65) Helmet use changes generally over the U.S., with higher use in states with head protector laws. Furthermore, kids living in families with grown-ups who reported continually utilizing bike head protectors were 3.6 times more prone to likewise dependably utilize bike caps when contrasted with youngsters living with grown-ups who did not generally utilize bike caps.

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Why a statewide strategy?

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Why a statewide approach? More productive – manage the issue once

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Why a statewide approach? More proficient – manage the issue once Takes weight off region staff – diminishes struggle

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Why a statewide strategy? More productive – manage the issue once Takes weight off region staff – lessens struggle Easier to execute State Fair dramatic skill "incident" Larimer County pioneer exhorted individuals they didn\'t have to wear protective caps at State Fair "in light of the fact that (the Extension Agent) won\'t be there"

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Why a statewide arrangement? More productive – manage the issue once Takes weight off province staff – lessens strife Easier to actualize State Fair ability to entertain "incident" Larimer County pioneer exhorted individuals they didn\'t have to wear protective caps at State Fair "on the grounds that (the Extension Agent) won\'t be there" ALL our individuals merit great security p

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