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Helpful concussion resources

Below is a list of websites that can give you more information, practical help and support. The resources and links do not include all of the information that is available.

To learn more about concussion and how to return to daily activities, watch Dr. Mike Evans’ video on Concussion Management.

Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation-Guidelines for Concussion/mild TBI & Persistent Symptoms:
Third Edition-For Adults +18 years of age - patient version

This patient-focused guideline was developed by the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation to help with the management of concussion/mild traumatic brain injury. It provides practical, evidence-informed information about getting a diagnosis, managing symptoms in the early phase (acute) and the management in the longer recovery phase (persistent symptoms).

View the guidelines »

To learn more about concussion and to return school and sport, watch Dr. Mike Evans’ video on concussion management.

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

Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST)

BIST provides programs and services to people and families living the effects of brain injury.
bist.ca or call 416-830-1485

Toronto ABI Network

The Toronto ABI Network provides resources and information about acquired brain injury and helps to connect with people to services.
abinetwork.ca or abinetwork.ca/concussion-resources 

Parachute

Parachute provides information and resources to prevent, recognize and manage concussion, including return to play guidelines.
parachutecanada.org/concussion

Concussions Ontario

This site aims to improve concussion care in Ontario. The site provides information about concussion diagnosis, management tools and resources.
concussionsontario.org

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital – Concussion Centre

Free concussion education sessions and information about concussion and safely returning children and youth to activities.
hollandbloorview.ca/concussion

This information is provided to you for informational purposes only and is not to be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Contact your health care practitioner if you have any questions concerning your care. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external websites.