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Meet Prakash Narayanan: Lawyer and Friend of Eli’s Place

Introduce yourself 

I’m a husband and a father of two young kids that happens to also be a lawyer and someone who enjoys the outdoors.  I take inspiration from those who make meaningful contributions to our society and am trying to inculcate that habit in our kids.

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Back to School Blues: Taking Care of Your Mental Health on Campus

“Are you ready? Do you have everything you need – toothbrush, Tylenol, chargers – a pillow?” These are the last minute questions we’re asked when we set off for university or college, yet we’re rarely prepped with a mental health tool kit before leaving home for the first time.

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Returning To Work After Mental Illness

Returning to work after a prolonged absence is difficult for anyone but considerably more challenging for younger adults who have had a shorter time as an employee.  This is particularly the case for the young adult who is struggling to regulate a mental illness and get back to their workplace. With an eye to the big picture, this process can be successful for both the employee and the employer.

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Pumpkin Spice And Everything Nice?

In the media, fall is a time for wearing sweaters, baking pies, and cozying up by a fire. It’s a time of falling leaves, turkey and pumpkin spice everything. But this vision of fall doesn’t ring true for those of us who experience SAD.

What is SAD?

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Walk or Run for Eli’s Place in the Scotiabank Marathon

WILL YOU JOIN US?

Register for a 5K, Half Marathon or Marathon at this years’ Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon to help open the doors of Eli’s Place.

As Scotiabank covers all the fees associated with online fundraising, 100% of the funds you raise will go directly to Eli’s Place. We encourage you to run for what moves you!

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