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Helpline & Resources

Find accessible information about the short & long-term effects of a concussion, as well as resources to support you or someone you know as they recover. 

At Queen's

QCAC Helpline

QCAC offers a helpline to provide resources to those who have recently suffered from a concussion, or are experiencing long term effects. To get support from the QCAC Helpline, submit this form

Queen's Athletics & Recreation

The ARC website has some great resources on managing concussions & concussion symptoms, as well as information on Return-to-Learn and Return-to-Play. Find it here

Queen's Student Accessibility Services

QSAS can help if you require interim or permanent accommodations. This can include exams, assignments, and classes. You can find more information here

Student Wellness Services

Student Wellness can help with concussion diagnosis and symptom management. They can also assist in getting the proper documentation in order to get Academic Accommodations. To get Academic Consideration, find the Extenuating Circumstances Policy here. To make an appointment, call 613-533-2506 or visit them in Mitchell Hall. 

In the Community

Concussion Legacy Foundation

A non-profit organization designed to support everyone affected by concussion and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE).  They promote safety and smart participation in sports, using education and innovation. Check out their website here

Providence Care Acquired Brain Injury Clinic

The Acquired Brain Injury Clinic at Providence Care provides consultation with care providers to assess acquired brain injuries. To learn more, check out their website here

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