SCHOOLFirst Project Supports Youths with Concussion

Holland Bloorview’s SCHOOLFirst project has received $125,000 in funding from the Federal Government. Dr. Nick Reed, Assistant Professor at OS&OT and co-director of Holland Bloorview’s Concussion Centre, is part of the team developing the SCHOOLFirst project whose goal is to support youths returning to school after a concussion.
 
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Pictured from L to R: Dr. Nick Reed, co-director of Holland Bloorview’s Concussion Centre and clinician scientist; Becky Green, superintendent of education, student achievement and school operations, York Region District School Board (involved in SCHOOLFirst project); MP Rob Oliphant; Rose Kristiansen, CEO, PACE Concussion; and Stewart Wong, vice-president of marketing, communications, and advocacy, Holland Bloorview. (photo courtesy of Holland Bloorview)