As the author of the Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport, Parachute has developed a wide range of resources for health professionals, education professionals, and sports organizations.
Seniors’ falls collection
Find resources here on advocacy, public policy, programs and initiatives, data and research, training and guidelines, as well as falls-prevention tools for seniors to use and access to professional networks.
Vision Zero collection
Find Parachute-produced blogs, case studies, infographics and videos as well as links to road safety plans in Canada. We also highlight the best tools and resources to create, implement and evaluate Vision Zero.
Cost of Injury in Canada
Parachute’s Cost of Injury in Canada 2021 report quantifies the cost of injury from a societal perspective, including costs to the health-care system, to productivity and to the people behind the numbers: individuals, families, communities.
Parachute advocates for policies and regulations to reduce serious injury and death. Current focuses: booster seats, carbon monoxide alarms, concussion, cycling helmets, driving speed, off-highway vehicles, poison, and pool fencing.
Review current injury reports, recommended journals, systematic reviews, and other publications related to injury prevention.
These interactive data visualization tools and online portals, including the Canadian Atlas of Child & Youth Injury Prevention, will help you better understand statistics and information on injury.
Training and webinars
Parachute and our partners offer injury-training programs in areas such as concussion recognition and management, fall prevention, road safety and child safety. We also run professional development webinars related to injury prevention.