Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Research projects include online documents including the “Guidelines for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) and Persistent Symptoms”
The ONF Standards for Post-Concussion Care focus on guiding delivery of the right care, provided at the right time by the right provider anywhere in Ontario and support improved post-concussion care across the province. The Standards provide evidence-based direction for healthcare providers and planners, and empower patients to better manage their care. The core elements of the standards are the interdisciplinary model and the pathway of care.
The 15 Standards and accompanying tools and resources are available at http://ConcussionsOntario.org.
Evidence-Based Review of Moderate to Severe Acquired Brain Injury
Online evidence-based review of the literature for rehabilitation or rehabilitation-related interventions for ABI
Canada’s national charity dedicated to injury prevention, we know the majority of injuries are predictable, and preventable.
Guidebook for Psychologists: Working with Clients with Traumatic Brain Injury
Comprehensive guide to understanding brain injury, as well as considerations in psychological assessments and interventions.
Ontario Brain Injury Association
Provides brain injury professional resources and education, also materials for survivors.
Brain Injury Family Intervention
Founded on cognitive behavioral and family systems counseling theories, the Brain Injury Family Intervention (BIFI) is a comprehensive, whole-family intervention designed to address the complex needs of families after brain injury.
Toronto Rehab Education & Learning
Provides information on interprofessional education as well as conferences and events.
Online resource identifying common symptoms associated with area of brain injury.
Private philanthropic organization with a focus on brain research.
Includes resources for professionals, survivors, family members, and the community regarding brain injury.
Non profit organization dedicated to the prevention of brain and spinal cord injuries. Includes resources on concussion for coaches, teachers, parents, and physicians.
Abused and Brain Injured: A Toolkit
Understanding the Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and Traumatic Brain Injury
US Center for Disease Control
Concussion “Heads Up” for Physicians – Online tool-kit for physicians including evaluation measures.
Concussion “Heads Up” Online Course for Clinicians – Online course providing concussion education.
The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT)
The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a series of online educational modules and resources addressing concussion recognition, diagnosis, treatment, and management. Good concussion management is pivotal to minimizing the risk of brain damage and may reduce long-term health consequences
- Medical Professional E-Learning Course: The Concussion Awareness Training Tool is designed to provide medical professionals with the information they need to provide evidence-based care for their patients who have sustained a concussion.
- Women’s Support Workers Course: The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a program designed to provide women’s support workers with the information they need to take an evidence-based approach in responding to and managing concussion.
- Coach E-Learning Course CATT for Coaches is available in both English and French.
- School Professional E-Learning Course CATT for School Professionals is available in both English and French.
- Athlete E-Learning Course CATT for High Performance Athletes is available in both English and French
- Parent or Caregiver E-Learning Course CATT for Parents and Caregivers is available in both English and French
- Workers & Workplaces CATT for Workers & Workplaces is available in both English and French. If you are currently experiencing concussion symptoms and would prefer to listen to the audio only or read the full transcript of the course, you can download these resources.
A manual with accompanying video clips for teachers helping students with ABI in the classroom.
Stroke Strategy of Southeastern Ontario
Providing online resources for professionals and a calendar of educational events such as “The Brain Body and You”.