Annual Public Forum – Concussions in the Home and Workplace, including Falls and Interpersonal Violence: Prevention and Treatment
Sharing Experiences with Concussion/TBI – Ep 5 Accommodating a Concussion in the Classroom
UHN 9th Annual Concussion Research Symposium
OBIA Podcast and Webinar Archive
Intimate Partner Violence
Concussion Resources for Adults
Concussions can happen in many different ways. They are not just specific to sports. Recovery from a concussion varies from person-to-person. The resources listed below can offer information and support to people in all stages of recovery.
Concussion Resources for Children
Children can respond to concussions differently than adults. This page helps to provide different information for kids, parents, coaches and professionals about children’s concussions.
Unmasking Brain Injury
Concussion is a brain injury which can be caused by a sudden acceleration of the head and neck resulting from a blow or contact to the body. You do not need to lose consciousness to have sustained a concussion.