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The Canadian Concussion Centre is pleased to announce the continuation of its popular webinar series with
new sessions starting September 12, 2023.
These webinars will occur bi-weekly from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm EST. All webinars will take place over Zoom and the recordings will be posted on YouTube.
Full list of the current and upcoming sessions:
Education and Support Workshops entitled "When Symptoms of Single and Multiple Concussions Persist: An Education and Support Workshop" ran quarterly from May 2014 to November 2019. We transitioned to Virtual Education and Support Workshops in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch our previous workshop videos:
Prolonged Symptoms of Single and Multiple Concussions: Education Session
Prolonged Symptoms of Single and Multiple Concussions, Part 1
Prolonged Symptoms of Single and Multiple Concussions
Managing Persistent Concussion Symptoms is a guide for patients who have post-concussion symptoms. It includes information as well as strategies to help manage your symptoms and return to your normal daily routine.