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ERABI

Evidence-based Review of Acquired Brain Injury (ERABI) is an ongoing evidence-based review of the literature for rehabilitation or rehabilitation-related interventions for acquired brain injury (ABI). The principle of ERABI is to improve the quality of ABI rehabilitation by synthesizing the current literature and laying the foundation for effective knowledge transfer to improve programs and services.…

Brain Injury Guidelines

ONF is internationally recognized for the guidelines for managing concussions (adults and children) and guideline for rehabilitating adults with moderate-to-severe TBI. These guidelines help healthcare professionals manage post-concussion symptoms and provide direction to rehabilitate persons with moderate-to-severe ABI.

Patient Resources

Concussion Information for Patients and Families Booklet The Concussion Information for Patients and Families booklet is based on the Standards for Post-Concussion Care. This booklet has received broad stakeholder input, is user-friendly, easy to read, and has the information patients and families need to navigate through the healthcare system after experiencing a concussion at any…

Standards for Traumatic Brain Injury

The mission of the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation in setting standards of care for people with brain injury is to ensure people have the right care, delivered at the right time, from the right provider. Quality of care can vary across the province, the standards for brain injury care guide the care journey to make sure…

TBI Report Card

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Report Card The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation has released an administrative data report titled Ontario and Sub Regional Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Care Report Cards and Provincial and Regional Trends. This report provides key insights into the current landscape of publicly funded TBI care in Ontario and has the following objectives: Introduce…

NeuroMatters Newsletter

NeuroMatters is the source for news and information about research and best practices in injury prevention, care and treatment of spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury.

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