Mental disorders in children and youth. Do you worry for your child’s mental health wellbeing? This site is an overall informative site touching on topics such as Anxiety Disorders, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), Behaviour Disorders (Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Conduct Disorder (CD), Mood Disorders (Depression, Bipolar Disorder (Manic-Depression), Eating Disorders and many more clinical subjects of concern.
Is your child having difficulty with learning, and concentrating and school? This site provides definitions and a better understanding should you suspect that your child may be struggling with learning.
Is your child being bullied or doing the bullying? This site offers further information for parents and caregivers. Put a stop to it now!
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A wealth of knowledge for parents in need of information. Websites based on Canadian parents’ concerns and selected by content relevance.
Do you think you or a loved one may have an eating disorder? Nedic will provide you with clinical definitions and answer the questions that you may be asking yourself.
Are you or may you or a loved one be suffering with an anxiety disorder? This website and its contents are informative and dedicated to the awareness, treatment and prevention of anxiety disorders.
Do you feel you suffer from stress as a kid? Or do you, as a parent feel your child suffers from stress? To find out more about child stress click on this link to help better understand what your child may be dealing with, what it may feel like, what some of the causes may be and preventative measures.
Are you a parent in distress and concerned about your son or daughter and the possibility of them attempting or committing suicide? An informative website on teen suicide. Including the myths and misconceptions that are often associated with adolescent suicide. Yes it is a very difficult topic but it must be talked about before it is too late!
Remaining silent is NOT the answer!!
Help Line for Kids, Teens & Their Families, open 4:00 - 8:00 PM / 7 days a week. Just pick up the phone and call, get help!