A study on emotional and behavioural problems in adolescents with allergiesFebruary 8, 2016
Mark Ferro and Ryan van Lieshout, core members of the Offord Centre for Child Studies, have recently published a study examining psychology in adolescents and young people with food allergies.
How Hamilton can create a welcoming environment for refugeesFebruary 8, 2016
Kathy Georgiades discusses the challenges new immigrants arriving in Canada may face, and how we can help, in this thoughtful op-ed piece for the Hamilton Spectator.
MacART Inaugural SymposiumJanuary 12, 2016
On Friday, January 15th 2016 MacART will hold its inaugural Autism Research Stakeholder Symposium.
What to tell your children about their new Syrian classmatesDecember 11, 2015
The CBC interviewed Kathy Georgiades about the role school children can play in welcoming new Syrian refugees.
Helping kids PLAYNovember 18, 2015
A program developed by Offord Centre member John Cairney is helping kids develop gross motor skill and literacy skills through physical activity and play time.
Is Hamilton the best place to raise a child?October 15, 2015
Is Hamilton the best place to raise a child? CBC Hamilton has just released a 3-part series exploring the city of Hamilton’s goal to be the best place to raise a child. Offord Centre member Dr. Magdalena Janus was interviewed for this series. The 3 parts can be found at the links below: Part…
The cost of raising a special needs childSeptember 11, 2015
What does it cost to raise a child with special needs in Canada? Dr. Stelios Georgiades discusses the need for high-quality data in a new article from Today’s Parent.
We’ve moved!July 20, 2015
On July 13th, the Offord Centre began the move from our old home on the Chedoke Hospital campus to our new space at McMaster Innovation Park. We are now located at McMaster Innovation Park – Suite 201A, at 170 Longwood Road South. For further directions and parking information, click HERE.
Prof joins national autism groupJuly 9, 2015
Dr. Stelios Georgiades has been named to a new committee headed by the federal Minister of Health.
Women’s Health Scholar to study link maltreatment, eating disordersJune 24, 2015
Melissa Kimber, a PhD candidate working in McMaster’s Offord Centre for Child Studies has been named one of nine leading scholars in women’s health to receive research awards from the Council of Ontario Universities.