Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

Guideline For Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury & Persistent Symptoms

3rd Edition, for Adults over 18 years of age

Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (ONF) is a non-profit organization funded by the Ontario government that works to prevent neurotrauma, and ensure Ontarians with spinal cord and brain injuries lead full, productive lives. ONF is the leader in moving research to evidence-informed health practices that improve the quality of life and health outcomes. Through collaborations and partnerships ONF connects healthcare practitioners, researchers, policymakers and stakeholders including people living with neurotrauma to the information they need to make positive changes in health practices, outcomes and policies.

Through the Acquired Brain Injury Program, ONF achieves its goals to provide evidence-informed practice knowledge to our stakeholders. This includes knowledge transfer, educational initiatives, the development of clinical practice guidelines and standards that can impact individuals, organizations and systems of care, and implementation of evidence-informed practices.  This work, in addition to targeted research initiatives and the study of health services promotes and facilitates improvements to quality of care, practice and outcomes in the area of brain injury.