Beyond Concussion: Providing Support & Resources for Concussed Kids, Teens, and Adults.
We are here to support the concussion community. It is exciting to watch the increase in concussion awareness in the last few years, yet we know there is still much to do. Many post-concussion patients tell stories of unmet needs, doctors who don't seem to understand, family and friends who might lose patience, misconceptions & assumptions about your health condition, lack of support from teachers and schools, ..., the list is endless.
We want to change this by starting to meet your need for understanding. Your voice is our strength.
Post-concussion syndrome is a complex disorder with many symptoms which last for weeks, months, or years. It is an invisible injury which often makes finding medical and emotional support difficult. Only those living with post-concussion syndrome completely understand how it feels.
If you are in need of resources after suffering a concussion or are living with post-concussion syndrome and need help navigating the journey to healing, please call Beyond Concussion at 858-707-5991 or email email@example.com.
"I suffered a concussion in 2013 and continue to live with prolonged post concussion syndrome. Ask me any questions about post-concussion syndrome. I hope I can help you with your journey. Brain Injury will always be part of my life, but it will not rule my life! With Beyond Concussion I strive to increase concussion awareness and provide a gateway to
"Miriam Allsop is co-founder of Beyond Concussion. Prior to starting the nonprofit with Peggy, Miriam's desire to help others led her to volunteer for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and raise money for the San Diego Brain Injury Foundation. Now, with Beyond Concussion, this desire became her goal. Having experienced many of the obstacles one encounters as a parent of a
Miriam Ravesloot AllsopCo-Founder
"I'm a mother of two beautiful children who mean everything to me. Passionate about helping and caring for people, I strive to offer information and empowerment, so that everyone can look back on their accomplishments with pride and a deeper sense of their own true power and wisdom. In the course of our own family dealing with my daughter’s concussion
"Hello! I’m Ariana Khayamian. I had a concussion in September 2016, and now am living with post concussion syndrome. I am a high school student in San Diego who enjoys learning about human biology, competing on swim team, and spending time with friends. But the thing I enjoy most, is helping others go through the same thing that I am