CLF Zoom Support Groups
Are you interested in attending monthly support group meetings via Zoom to talk with other patients and caregivers navigating persistent post-concussion symptoms (PPCS), also known as Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS), or suspected Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)?
CLF is expanding our peer support programs for patients and caregivers looking for connection and community.
Post-Concussion Patients - 1st Tuesday/month
Post-Concussion Caregivers - 2nd Tuesday/month
Suspected CTE Caregivers - 3rd Tuesday/month
Suspected CTE Patients - 4th Tuesday/month
Concussed Moms - 1st Thursday/month
CLF Canada Patient Groups - Open to all participants
CLF Facebook Resources Groups
Are you struggling to find peers who can relate to you or your loved one's struggles with PPCS or suspected CTE? Need to vent to people who get it?
Join our PCS Resources Facebook group or our CTE Resources Facebook group to connect with members of the CLF community. The groups are private, and monitored by CLF to maintain a safe, respectful environment for all members.
These groups are a great forum for resources, support, coping strategies, and finding hope for those coping with or caring for someone with post-concussion symptoms or suspected CTE.
CLF offers one-on-one connections with trained Peer Support Volunteers for PPCS patients and caregivers, and to the caregivers of those who may be navigating suspected CTE. To date, CLF has connected more than 230 patients and caregivers with dedicated Peer Support Volunteers.
If you would like to connect with a Peer Support Volunteer, please submit a CLF HelpLine request. Our team will reach out with more information about the next steps.
If you would like to become a volunteer in the Mentorship Program, please submit a Peer Support Volunteer Application.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or watch our short video.
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