September 25 is Rowan’s Law Day, a day dedicated to increasing concussion awareness and education. Rowan’s Law is named after Rowan Stringer, a teenager who died in 2013 from unreported head injuries she sustained from playing rugby.

In June 2019 the Government of Ontario released a video describing “Hit-Stop-Sit,” referring to the practice of removing an individual from play or activity after a potential concussion-causing incident (now unavailable).

Know what to do if you witness a potential concussion-causing incident: View our Concussion Pathway.

Rowan’s Law Day—Ontario Resources

Download the Rowan’s Law Day Toolkit for Schools (PDF).

Rowan’s Law Poster – Signs and Symptoms (PDF)

Rowan’s Law Poster – Hit Stop Sit (PDF)