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September 10, 2021

Concussion Awareness Week in British Columbia

The first annual Concussion Awareness Week will be held across British Columbia from September 26th to October 2nd, to raise awareness about concussions and encourage everyone to learn to prevent,…
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September 8, 2021

Concussion Awareness Week Toolkit

The information, tools and resources in this toolkit are intended to increase British Columbians’ awareness of concussion during BC’s Concussion Awareness Week, which will take place from September 26 to…
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August 6, 2021

Concussions in Athletes who are Blind or Visually Impaired

Concussion can be more difficult to diagnose in those with visual impairments. Reduced visual functioning is a common characteristic of concussion; blurred vision, sensitivity to light, and visual fatigue are…
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