The Program of Care for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury is an evidence-based health care delivery plan that describes treatments shown to be effective for workers diagnosed with a mild traumatic brain injury. It was developed in collaboration with health professionals, worker and employer representatives and the WSIB.
What is the program's focus?
The Program of Care consists of:
- Assessment for treatment planning
- Delivery of evidence-based interventions
- Timely reporting/communication with the WSIB, employers, workers and treating health professionals
- Outcome measurement using the Rivermead Post-Concussion Symptoms and the RAND 36-Item Health Survey (SF-36) Questionnaires
- Common forms including the Initial Assessment Form and Care and Outcomes Summary Form
These materials provide more details:
- Reference Guide (PDF)
- Quick Reference Guide (PDF)
- Fee Schedule (PDF)
- Initial Assessment Report (PDF)
- Care and Outcomes Summary (PDF)
- Rivermead Post-Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire (PDF)
- RAND 36-Item Health Survey (SF-36) QuestionnaireTM (PDF)
- Patient’s Guide to Understanding Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (PDF)
- 3-Step Clinical Screening Guide (PDF)
To participate in programs of care, health care practitioners must complete the following form: Instructions for Delivering Programs of Care (POC) (PDF).
Program of Care provider directory
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