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Sometimes it's hard for parents and teachers to recognize if a child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. Children with ADHD are often thought to be rowdy, unmotivated and even stupid. ADHD is a spectrum. Some kids have difficulty concentrating while others find organizing their thinking to acheive simple tasks can be really challenging....

Customers in restaurants expect the people who work there to always have a smile on their face and be respectful to their needs. Yet, some customers don't give the same respect back and too often women are subjected to touching, flirting and sexual abuse. Chef Adam Hyndman-Smith from Dispatch Restaurant in St. Catharines talks...

One in 66 children and youth in Canada is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder according to the latest study in done in 2018. Chrissy Sadowski's talks about 11 year old son Darius is non-verbal autistic. He doesn't speak or understand simple tasks....

Nurse Eram Chhogala experienced an unimaginable personal tragedy when her dad came into emergency room at the hospital where she worked having difficulty breathing. It's impossible to imagine the anguish Eram felt as she watched her dad move to ICU where he died from COVID-19. Please listen to her empassioned appeal for people to...

Anyone who knows me knows that I love horses. Not everyone can own a horse but many therapist are adding Equine therapy to their traditional in- office approach. Firefighter Rob Leathen, who I've interviewed in the past about his post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), says working with horses and donkeys has been an immense help...

Canadians are feeling more depressed, increased anxiety and feelings of isolation. It's hard to feel optimistic, especially now that we're in the midst of the Omicron varient, throwing everything up in the air again. Remote working is also taking it's toll on our relationships with our peers....

A half a million people in Canada live with some form of dementia. One in five Canadians have some experience caring for their loved one. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer's Disease. It steals the memories of the person living with it until they don't even recognize their family. Families watch as...

A half a million people in Canada live with some form of dementia. One in five Canadians have some experience caring for their loved one. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer's Disease. It steals the memories of the person living with it until they don't even recognize their family. Families watch as...

Approximately 4,000 people die by suicide each year in Canada, one quarter of them are youth between the age of 15-24. For every death it's estimated that 25 people will make an attempt. #ProjectPlaid launched in 2019 after the tragic loss of Amelia Durocher to suicide. November is Plaid Month, raising money Pathstone Mental...