For Individuals/Families

The following are resources on concussion:

St. Joseph’s Health Care (London)Toolkit for Concussion Patients
MyBrainPacerTM App – Users track daily points to balance their activity and minimize their concussion symptoms.
Concussion Care Video Series and other downloadable, easy to use tools and tips.
Includes the following videos:

St. Joseph’s Health Care (London)ABI Video Series: 101 Steps to Success
These series of YouTube videos discuss strategies for the following symptoms:

Canadian Concussion Centre

Canadian Concussion CollaborativeThe 4 Characteristics of a Good Clinic

Concussion ToolFor Coaches, Teachers, Parents, Students and Athletic Therapists

Ontario Brain Injury Association – Concussion Booklet (Adult)
–  The definition of a concussion and information on management and return to activity
–  Contact information for the online Concussion/mTBI support group

Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (ONF)Guideline for Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) and Prolonged Symptoms

Parachute – Concussion Information and Resources
–  Concussion Ed app – free access to critical concussion resources

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre – Mild Traumatic Brain Injury/Concussion – handbook

Toronto Rehab Institute/UHNSuggestions for how to promote concussion recovery

For Children and Youth

CanChild – Concussion Guideline Brochure
–  Return to Activity Guidelines for Children and Youth
–  Return to School Guidelines for Children and Youth

Concussions OntarioPediatric Guidelines

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation HospitalConcussion Handbook
–  Information on concussion and potential effects on the mind and body
–  Strategies to help with recovery
–  Self-management tool kit, including an activity log

Ontario Brain Injury Association – Concussion Booklet (Children & Youth)
–  Return to play guidelines
–  Return to learn play guidelines