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Below are additional brain injury resources you may find useful
St. Joseph’s Health Care London – Regional Acquired Brain Injury Program - https://www.sjhc.london.on.ca/regional-acquired-brain-injury-outpatient-program
Videos and written resources for people with concussion, families, and health care providers; and information on services and referral process.
Dr. Mike Evans – Review of Concussion - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCCD52Pty4A
A video that provides a general overview of concussion and is easy to understand.
Parachute - www.parachutecanada.org
A website dedicated to the prevention of brain injury.
Concussions Ontario - http://concussionsontario.org/patienteducation/aboutconcussions/
A website that provides information on identifying and recovering from a concussion.
Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation - https://onf.org/knowledge-mobilization/acquired-brain-injury/patient-resources/
Patient friendly guidelines and standards for concussion care in Ontario.
NORA: Neuro - Optometric Rehabilitation Association - https://noravisionrehab.org/
Information about the visual changes that can occur following brain injury, concussion or other neurological conditions.
Ontario Brain Injury Association - www.obia.ca
A website that provides information on brain injury recovery, including a helpline you can call to ask questions (1-800 263-5404).
Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide - www.tbiguide.com
A book written by a neuropsychologist available for free on the internet.
Brain Injury Canada - https://braininjurycanada.ca/
A website for both survivors and caregivers of people with a brain injury. It includes resources for living with a brain injury and returning to work, educational materials, mental health materials, and links to additional resources.