Child and Adolescent Research & Education

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CARE Outreach 




      On October 10th, 2012, Carol Todd, a mother of two and an Educator for the Port Coquitlam School Board, lost her beloved daughter Amanda Todd who took her own life after a never-ending struggle as a victim of cyberbullying, exploitation and relentless bullying in her everyday life. Carol now stands courageously as a global advocate to bring voice to her daughter’s story and increase awareness of bullying and mental health issues.


      Join us for two special days with Carol Todd



      Staying Strong Together – Public Presentation

      March 22nd, 2016

      A talk for Laurier and the greater Brantford Community
      Wilfrid Laurier University
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      2:30pm to 3:50pm


      Staying Strong as a Community

      March 23rd, 2016
      Community members speak to Cyberbullying and Mental Wellness
      Wilfrid Laurier University
      10am to 11:20am


      Staying Strong Together – Public Presentation Encore

      March 23rd, 2016
      A talk for Laurier and the greater Brantford Community
      Wilfrid Laurier University
      RCE 004
      7pm to 9pm



      Positive Post-itsPostit1


      Inspired by a young girl from Airdrie, Alberta, who decided to fight back again bullying with kindness, the CARE Crew makes it their mission to create a caring community by posting positive post-it notes all over campus. We hope to engage the entire campus in this initiative to promote compassion and positivity.


      Light up Purple for World Mental Health


      In support of World Mental Health Day, CARE Lights up Purple to help bring awareness
      about mental health issues and how we can support each other with the challenges life throws at us.