Photographer Richard Ross captured images of over 1, juvenile inmates housed in over detention centers and correctional facilities throughout the U. According to his website, the "Juvenile in Justice" project explores the "treatment of American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them. The following images contain excerpts from interviews conducted by Ross with several young inmates. The photos were shot between and A companion book is available now.
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Burnaby mother helping parents of babies with Down syndrome | CTV News
With 13 years of teaching under her belt, the Gilmore Elementary School teacher had taught lots of kids with the disorder. As a teacher in a supportive marriage with good friends, Siu said she had more support than many other parents she has spoken to since, but finding out a child has autism can be a lonely time. That experience has inspired Siu and two other parents of kids diagnosed with autism Port Coquitlam residents Patricia James and Keri Kennett to team up and make sure parents who come after them get all the support they need. Besides sharing their own stories to raise awareness, the trio will sell sterling silver puzzle-piece necklaces at 73 participating London Drugs stores in B. Getting support early is key for kids and their families, she said, and the first step — difficult as it may be — is getting a diagnosis. He will wear socks. Difficult as it was two years ago to hear a doctor tell her her son had autism, Siu said she and her students have also ultimately gained from her now-personal relationship with the disorder.
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Inspired by her own experience, a Burnaby mom is providing support and information to parents of newborns with Down syndrome who may have questions about what the future holds. Conor's diagnosis wasn't a surprise thanks to pre-natal testing, but the lack of information caught the Gibbons family off-guard. Danielle wanted to change that, and came up with the idea to provide " Baskets of Love " to parents of babies with Down syndrome who may need help.
She — like 1. More than 8, people currently have the novel coronavirus in Manitoba, of whom are in hospital. Now, under restrictions put into place midnight Friday, people are no longer allowed to socialize with anyone from outside their household, though people who live alone are allowed to bubble with a single person. Stevenson is isolating from friends and her significant other — though she did so prior to the public health order, as her father is a health care worker and her mother works at a school, she now likens the new lockdown to barely being able to surface for air after months of restrictions. Read more: Tired of coronavirus?