What are your kids doing after school?

Study of post-school care finds 6 to 12 are the 'forgotten years'
ANDREA GORDON
FAMILY ISSUES REPORTER

"Access to safe, supervised and engaging programs can get kids off the screens and couches, and into physical activity and interaction. It can also be critical in helping children develop skills, self-esteem and relationships with peers and mentors, as noted last month in two major reports – Ontario's framework for poverty reduction and the Roots of Youth Violence review."

Read the complete article in the Toronto Star.

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