G.F. Strong School Program

The G. F. Strong School Program is a Provincial Resource Program which seeks to meet the educational needs of students with neurological impairments sustained through illness or injury. The goals of the program include: to offer education to students, parents, and school professionals regarding the effects of concussion on student learning; to assist with the development of Return to Learn Plans; and to develop appropriate individual academic intervention for students returning to school after an illness or injury. GFS school staff are active team members on the Adolescent Complex Concussion Clinic at G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre.


G.F. Strong Rehab Centre – Adolescent Complex Concussion Clinic

The Adolescent Complex Concussion Clinic, part of the Adolescent and Young Adult Outpatient Program, provides interdisciplinary assessment and intervention for adolescents 12 – 17 years or 18 year old in high school diagnosed with a concussion in the past 18 months. The mandate of the clinic is to provide concussion education, symptom assessment and management, and recommendations for Return to Activity and Return to Learn.