Concussion Recovery Resource

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The mission of Concussion Recovery Resource is to provide a science and research-based resource/community that is accessible to the everyday people who suffer from concussions and their families. This project aims to promote and showcase research around alternative treatments to provide hope for those who haven’t been able to achieve results with traditional treatments as part of their goal to provide information about a wider range of treatments than can be found on any other concussion website.

Concussion Recovery Resource (CRR) is a science and research-based resource that is clear and accessible to readers looking to help themselves and their loved ones with concussion recovery. One of the goals of CRR is to provide information about a wider range of treatments than can be found on any other concussion website. To do this, CRR promotes and showcases research around alternative treatments to provide hope for those who haven’t been able to achieve results with traditional methods. Additionally, CRR will engage with communities across Cascadia to promote concussion awareness and prevention.

Some of the exciting things in the future of this awesome, educational and community health oriented project are:

  • A concussion recovery podcast.

  • Improved ConcussionRecoveryResource.com functionality, search-engine optimization, accessibility to readers.

  • More blog articles regarding treatment options, self-care, etc.

  • An online concussion recovery forum.

  • A concussion recovery lecture series.

  • A concussion treatment and prevention community program featuring speakers at local schools and colleges.

  • Raise media awareness of concussion prevention and recovery efforts.

  • A library of video/audio interviews with athletes and people from the sports side of the concussion recovery issue.

  • A library of video/audio interviews with concussion researchers and clinicians.

Project Leaders

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Malayka Gormally is an artist and an independent curator. Due to personal experience with this issue, she is dedicated to sharing information that will help people recover from concussion and post-concussion syndrome. You can see Malayka’s artwork at MalaykaGormally.com and her curating work at GormallyArtServices.com.

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Conor Gormally is a sophomore student at Carleton College studying a combination of humanities, social sciences, and computer science. He also worked with KUOW 94.9 Seattle as part of the Radioactive Youth Media program to create the feature Radio piece, This Is What Concussion Sounds Like, which won runner-up in the Large Newsroom Sports Audio Reporting category at the Society of Professional Journalists 2017 Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest. You can listen to Conor’s six-minute radio piece on Conor’s website. Conor’s current projects in college can be seen here: http://cgormally.com/

Contact us to let us know if you would like to volunteer directly with this project. All gifts are tax deductible.