Canada’s largest school board (Toronto District School Board, TDSB), recently made a major announcement that the entire workforce is to receive mental health training, as far down the line as the lunch lady. The four-year strategy will provide roughly 40,000 staff members with mental health training... Click here the rest of this entry.0 Comments
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Recently, Hockey Nova Scotia moved to decrease the probability of significant head injury in young people playing Canada’s game. This type of regulatory progress is to be applauded and needs to be paired with increased educational activities designed to inform youth, parents, coaches, educators and health providers about concussions. Click here to read this entry and many more on our new blog!0 Comments
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A word used to describe a lack of pleasure. Sometimes, people suffering with depression will experience anhedonia. For example the person doesn’t feel good when they are doing the things that normally make them feel good, such as playing a favourite game, swimming, watching movies, etc. Anhedonia due to depression will get better once the depression has been successfully treated.