54 Things Wrong with Gwendolyn Rogers (Book Review)

Gwendolyn sees a confidential school report listing her weaknesses. She knows she struggles. Now she has proof. She develops a list of fifty-four things to get under control. Because to go to horse camp, she must behave. And so begins the story of 11-year-old Gwen, who thinks she has only one friend, a half-brother, who her mother doesn't acknowledge, and a brain that cracks. They thought she had ADHD. If you read this book, you may think like me, it might be just be FASD.

Participants Required (Ontario) for FASD / ADHD Study

In an effort to improve outcomes for those with FASD and ADHD, Dr. J. Kapalanga, Principal Investigator with Grey Bruce Health Services (Ontario) and Western University is calling for assistance in the study of clinical and genetic links between FASD and ADHD. This study will examine the clinical and genetic links between FASD and ADHD. … Continue reading Participants Required (Ontario) for FASD / ADHD Study