Concussion Box is a an organization dedicated to making the experience of having a concussion less isolating. With an online audio library of concussion stories, including content created by people with lived experience of concussion, medical professionals, and friends / family who have supported a loved one with a concussion, they provide a platform where people recovering from concussions and those supporting them can find a community.

Concussion Box is facilitating an ONLINE Series at BIST which is geared towards people with Persistent Concussion Symptoms – though everyone living with the effects of brain injury is welcome – about teaching participants about the power of storytelling as medicine and deepening connections within community.

At the end of the series, participants will have the opportunity to share and record their story. People with lived experience of concussion can choose to upload their story to the Concussion Box Online Community.

Session Dates & Topics

Storytelling as Medicine, Storytelling for Community
Friday, Nov 3rd, 1 – 2 PM

Sharing Stories and Listening Pt. 1
Friday, Nov 10th, 1 – 2 PM

Sharing Stories and Listening Pt. 2

Friday, Nov 17th, 1 – 2 PM

Together We Can Create a Growing Community of Hope
Friday, Nov 24th, 1 – 2 PM

Materials Required:

The second, third and fourth sessions will require participants to have a second device to record audio (such as a laptop and a phone.) If you do not have access to a second device, please contact BIST at OR 416-830-1485 and we can see if we can help.

Register, HERE.

Participants only need to register once to attend all sessions.