You have read Concussions 101 but would still like some more education on concussions?
Parachute: Parachute provides education and resources to prevent, recognize and manage concussion, including return to play guidelines.
Concussion Awareness Training Tool: toolkits providing training in the recognition, treatment and management of concussion for: 1) Medical Professionals; (2) Parents, Players, and Coaches; and (3) School Professionals.
Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation Concussion Guidelines: There is more information provided here on the considerations when returning to activity/work/school.
Neurosymptoms.org: An easy-to-understand patient’s guide to many neurological symptoms.
Dr. Mike Evans’ educational video on concussions: This is a nice introductory video to concussions and their management provided in an easy-to-understand format.
Canadian Paediatric Society: Sport nutrition position statement
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre: They have a similar informational handout that you may find helpful
Vestibular Disorders Association: A nice resource for patient’s experiencing symptoms from vestibular illnesses.
Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA): OBIA provides information, education, advocacy, community resources and support to brain injured persons and their families.
obia.ca or call 1-800-263-5404
Toronto ABI Network: The Toronto ABI Network provides information about acquired brain injury and community services and helps to connect with people to services.
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital – Concussion Centre: Free concussion education sessions and information about concussion and safely returning children and youth to activities.
Concussions Ontario: This organization aims to improve concussion care in Ontario. The site provides information about concussion diagnosis, management tools and resources.