Providing New Opportunities for Teens with Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurological disorder that affects 1 in 94 individuals in Canada. Teens diagnosed with autism may have difficulty communicating, appear withdrawn, and have trouble relating to the outside world. While there are many academic programs that help teens with ASD in school, there are very few resources or programs that help […]

Teaching Health Science to Children in South Africa

Cecile Lee is studying at York as an international student from Mauritius, an  island nation in the Indian Ocean about 2,000 kilometres off the southeast coast of the African continent. She is in her fourth year  of her BSc in Kinesiology and Health Science. In the past she has  been a member of KAHSSO, the […]

Improving Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Survivors

Dana Male is a York University student working on her PhD in psychology, with her research focusing on improving the lives of individuals affected by cancer. Her work centers on cancer patients and their loved ones, and aims to improve their lives by using psychological or social interventions online. As a graduate student, Dana has […]