Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury

While utilizing these resources, please, remain aware that NOT each and every bump to the head will necessarily result in a concussion.  The term concussion denotes a traumatic brain injury, TBI for short.  Concussion = ‘shaking’, and when applied to the brain, it means shaking of the brain.  To diagnose a concussion, a hit to the head needs to lead at least to ‘alteration in mental state’ for a period of time in addition to other symptoms, and subtle longer-term consequences including slowed processing of information!  It should be diagnosed by a professional educated in traumatic brain injury.  You can read more on concussion here.

Acquired brain injury includes traumatic brain injury as well as other acquired conditions that impact brain functioning (e.g., brain tumors, brain surgery, lack of oxygen supply to brain).

Kit for Understanding and managing concussion in Kids Concussion in Kids

Paediatric Concussion Management- return-to-learn protocol

Paediatric Concussion mgmt- REAP Project hand out

Mind your Brain “Paediatric TBI Info Fact Sheet for school professionals”

2016 Recommendations on Management of Paediatric Concussions


Community Brain Injury Program for Children & Youth in British Columbia

Resources for educators and parents of children with TBI including mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI)

REAP Project Manual 2009

Resources for concussion management- for Clinicians and Patients

RESOURCES FOR OTHER paediatric conditions impacting a child’s cognitive functioning

Eaton Arrowsmith School

Little House Tutoring

Canadian Academy of Therapeutic Tutors

Service Type
Resources for People dealing with Paediatric Brain Injury
Provider Name
Mind your Brain,
Suite 915 - 1125 Howe Street,BC-V6Z 2K8,
Telephone No.16048027291
Greater Vancouver
Resources, videos, and information for parents and people working with children who suffered a brain injury such as concussion