Resources

What is Concussion?

Concussion Basics (General Information)
Concussion: Persistent

Symptoms

Anger and Irritability

Self-Manager

Return to School

Understanding the Process for Returning to School

Getting Back on Track

Physical Activity and Sports
Social Connection and Meaningful Activities

Supporting Your Youth

Navigating the System and Becoming an Informed Consumer
Supporting Your Child’s Return to School

Other Resources

References

Br J Sports Med. 2017 Jun;51(12):969-977 Geoff Manley et. al.

Dhariwal, A. Chapman, A. Newlove, T. Stanford, E. (2019). The Mind-Body Connection Group Treatment Manual for youth affected by Somatization. Retrieved from https://keltymentalhealth.ca/sites/default/files/resources/BCCH%20Ped%20Somatization%20Family%20Handbook%20-%202021.docx_0.pdf.

Kutcher, S. (2006). 11-ITEM Kutcher Adolescent Depression Scale: KADS-11.

McCrory P, Meeuwisse W, Dvorak J, et al. Consensus statement on concussion in sportβ€”the 5th international conference on concussion in sport held in Berlin, October 2016British Journal of Sports Medicine 2017;51:838-847.

Sonkin, D. (2005). Attachment Theory and Psychotherapy. The California Therapist, 17(1), 68-77.

Thomas, DJ, Coxe, K, Li, H Length of recovery from sports-related concussions in pediatric patients treated at concussion clinics. Clin J Sport Med 2017.

Vozolino, L. (2008). It’s a Jungle in There. Psychotherapy Networker Magazine, 32(5),20-27.