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Webinar Series



The Canadian Concussion Centre's 26 session Webinar Series began in March 2021. The series features expert speakers addressing a wide range of topics related to prolonged post-concussion symptoms and their treatment. Sessions have included exercise therapy, vestibular therapy, mental health issues and intervention, return to work, school and athletics, patient panels, among other topics. This webinar series is for people with prolonged concussion symptoms, their families, friends and caregivers, and may also be of interest to healthcare professionals. The sessions include a 30-minute talk followed by a 30-minute question and answer session during which participants can pose their questions to the speaker. For those that are unable to attend the live webinar, recordings are made available.



2022 Sessions

Join us for the ongoing Canadian Concussion Centre 2021-22 Series for people with persisting concussion symptoms, their families and friends and their healthcare professionals.
Participants will join by Zoom Webinar and each session will be one hour with 30 minutes for presentation and 30 minutes for question and answer. Please note that all times are listed in Eastern Time (Toronto, Canada time). A link to the webinar will be provided via email prior to the webinar date.

Event Date Title Presenter Register
May 24, 2022 Patient Panel: Our Journey to Recovery Dr. Lesley Ruttan will interview people recovering from a concussion Register
The Canadian Concussion Centre, Toronto Western Hospital, gratefully acknowledges the financial support of LiUNA (Laborers' International Union of North America) for their support of this webinar series.

All Sessions


A full list of all sessions.

Patient Education



In-person 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.