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New revised Concussion Protocol and implementation tools now available.

The Ministry of Education’s Policy/Program Memorandum No. 158: School Board Policies on Concussion recognizes the Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines Concussion Protocol as the minimum standard for school boards. The revised 2018 Concussion Protocol was developed in partnership with Parachute and aligns with the Berlin Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport and the Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport.

Access the revised Appendix C-1 - Concussion Protocol: Prevention, Identification and Management Procedures.

Access the revised concussion protocol implementation tools:

Access the revision summary, What's Changed in the Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines Concussion Protocol and Implementation Tools?

Access Rowan's Law Day Toolkit for Schools

Ophea’s Professional Learning Opportunities

Ophea’s Concussion Identification, Management and Prevention for Schools 2018/2019 e-Learning module

Developed to increase awareness and understanding of concussion, and the method and strategies to be used for identification and appropriate management. The module, updated to align with the Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines 2018 Concussion Protocol, also includes strategies and resources to assist in the education of concussion prevention. This e-learning module is intended for all school staff including educators, administrators and support staff.

Access the e-Learning module.

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Concussion Portal

The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Concussion Portal includes additional resources focusing on the prevention, identification and management of concussion, and organized by audience (e.g., parents, educators, coaches, officials, athletes, children, youth and health care providers).