Bringing Healthcare’s PFAC Best Practice to Youth Sports and Athletics

The Big Kid and Basketball

In healthcare they are known as PFACs (Patient and Family Advisory Councils) and they are a Best Practice which serve to improve quality, safety, experience, engagement, outcomes, satisfaction and cost for parents and families, they help to create community and they are a key in making the healthcare system itself better for all.

Learn more HERE.

But PFACs are not only for healthcare.

With a slight modification, PFACs (Player and Family Advisory Councils developed through TBKid (a division of DHLG)) when done well will have similar impact in Youth Sports Leagues and Athletic Associations.

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PFAC Benefits – Youth Sports Leagues and Athletic Associations

  • Provides an effective mechanism for receiving player and family insights and wisdom and prioritizing opportunities to leverage same for league improvement
  • Aligns strategies, tactics, actions with the services and needs most important to players and families
  • Leads to the development of programs, offerings, services…

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