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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in Children and Teenagers

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJ5BEubs1X0[/embedyt] Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or winter depression as it is also known, is a form of depression that follows a season pattern and appears and disappears at the same time each year. SAD appears when winter approaches and daylight hours become shorter and when spring returns and days

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Cultivating School Change by Marla Sullivan

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Dementia vs Rementia

Dementia Aware: what you need to know about rementia   Dementia literally means ‘without mind’ and is derived from the Latin word demens. Unfortunately, the word dementia or demented has become synonymous with words such as crazy, insane, unhinged, disturbed, mad. This has resulted in people with dementia being labelled

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Genuine ChitChat with Mike Burton

This week Mike speaks with Tracey Maxfield about the bullying epidemic, mental health and her book, Escaping The Rabbit Hole. For more detail, Mike & Tracey’s chat begins with Tracey’s recounting her journey through nursing and what led her to her nervous breakdown, this leads onto Tracey’s book Escaping The Rabbit Hole

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The 3 Stages of Dementia

‘Dementia Aware: What you need to know’ about the 3 Stages of Dementia Dementia will affect each person differently. Its impact can depend on the type of dementia the person has and what the person was like before the diagnosis: personality, lifestyle, relationships, physical health, mental health and health history.

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