Flowchart: Alternate Process: The key to a successful recovery includes timely access to information, reassurance, and a gradual return to activity.  For more information on how to support your patients in their recovery, refer to the 
Ontario Neurotrauma Guidelines for Concussion/mTBI 
Text Box: Concussion & mTBI Service Pathway for Southeastern Ontario 
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Primary Health Care 
Provide information and support on return to activity
Follow up every 2 weeks until symptoms resolved
If symptoms persist beyond 1 month in those with comorbidities, refer to CBIS
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Community Brain Injury Services (CBIS)
Referrals accepted any time post-injury
Symptom Management and Recovery Education
Community Service Coordination
Flowchart: Alternate Process: ABI System Navigation
Clinical guidelines www.braininjuryhelp.ca/guides
Recovery information for patients www.braininjuryhelp.ca/getbetter
Telephone consultation 
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Primary Health Care 
If symptoms persist beyond 3 months in general population, referral for specialists, community, or in-clinic supports as required
Consider pharmacological interventions
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Community Brain Injury Services (CBIS)
Concussion Action Group (4 week education series) available 3 months post-injury & beyond
Community Service Coordination
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Community Services
SMOL ABI Outpatient Clinic
CCAC rehabilitation therapy services (OT, PT, SLP, SW)
Community mental health
Pain management program
Flowchart: Alternate Process: Referral Quick Reference :
Providence Care Community Brain Injury Services
(Ext. 165 for System Navigation)
St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital— Acquired Brain Injury Clinic
Community Care Access Centre
310-2222 (CCAC)
Connex Mental Health Helpline

Step One: ASAP

Step Two: 3 Months and Beyond