ConcussionsOntario.org is the website of the Concussion/mTBI Strategy, which aims to improve the recognition, diagnosis, and management of concussion/mTBI in Ontario. The site provides resources for medical and non-medical professionals, researchers and those interested in advancing practice and policy in relation to concussion/mTBI.
INESSS-ONF Clinical Practice Guideline for the Rehabilitation of Adults with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation, in partnership with INESSS in Quebec, has collaborated with experts in both provinces to develop comprehensive evidence-informed Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG). The CPG addresses all areas of rehabilitative care for adults with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury. The CPG website is a one-stop-shop for the guideline recommendations, as well as the rationale, evidence and resources to support the use of the guidelines.
Release Date: October 6, 2016
You can find the guidelines HERE
Evidence-Informed Programs that Foster Community Participation
The Casebook of Exemplary Evidence-Informed Programs that Foster Community Participation in People with Acquired Brain Injury is a publication of the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation. This international review identifies exemplary programs that have had success in fostering participation of children, youth or adults in their communities. Background, resources, implementation and outcomes are provided for each program.
Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation works with consumers, researchers, practitioners, policy- and decision-makers to create a research and knowledge mobilization agenda. The Foundation’s goal is to create the necessary changes to reduce and/or eliminate acquired brain or spinal cord injury and to improve the quality of life for Ontarians living with these injuries.
Ontario Trillium Foundation
The Ontario Trillium Fundation is an arms-length agency of the provincial government, funded through government lotteries. It provides grants to organizations in the arts and culture, environment, human and social services and sports and recreation sectors. The Foundation's goal is to build healthy and vibrant communities throughout Ontario, and to strengthen the capacity of the voluntary sector through investments in community-based initiatives.