Information needs of young people with cerebral palsy and their families during the transition to adulthood: a scoping review

The findings shed light on the burden felt by individuals and their families when information is not available when needed

Researchers at CanChild conducted a scoping review to examine what is currently known about information needs of young people with CP during transition to adulthood. Young peopl

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Effectiveness and Long-Term Impacts of the work of Family Resource Programs in Society - Paper

Supporting the Work of Family Resource Programs with Scientific Evidence for FRP – BC Members and FRP Practitioners. 2018

Prepared by Diego Arias and assisted by Sherry Sinclair

Table of Contents:

Disclaimer

Infographic

Introduction

Analysis of Issues

Defining Effectiveness and Long-Term Impacts

Eff

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Doctors and scientists say microwave strikes may have caused brain damage in embassy staff – the same microwaves as in smartphones and baby alarms!

Doctors and scientists say microwave strikes may have caused brain damage in embassy staff – the same microwaves as in smartphones and baby alarms!

Were US embassy staff in Cuba attacked by microwaves? Experts say it is very likely

Peter Limbrick writes: The front page of the New York Times on September 2nd (this year) carried a lengthy article ‘Microwave Weapons Are Prime Suspect in Ills of U.S. Embassy Workers’.

Here is the link, it makes fa

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