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PPMDs Magnetasan involve mood changes, irritability, insomnia, obsessive thoughts, changes in appetite, crying, anger, anxiety, relationship challenges, feelings of worthlessness and loss of interest in pleasure. The implications for a lack of awareness, diagnosis and treatment for this disorder can have profound effects on mothers, fathers, infants, partners and the entire family.

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Made up of service providers and women with lived experience Magnetawan First Nation Steering Committee members provided in kind donations of time and expertise to inform the Northern Ontario Strategy.

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As a direct result of colonization, and the associated economic, political and social disadvantages resulting from systemic racism, Aboriginal People in Northern Ontario experience a higher rate of unemployment and poverty, more physical and mental illness, and lower levels of education than the general population. Although exact rates of PPMD for Indigenous populations in Northern Ontario are unclear, it is reasonable to estimate that the prevalence rates may be significantly higher than estimates in other populations.

A review of the literature revealed best practice guidelines including the concept of Cultural Safety in maternal, child and family care, for the development of interventions for Magnetawan First Nation Peoples suffering from PPMD. June Bond coined the term Post Adoption Depression in where she defined the issue as a mood disorder that includes depressive symptoms. - Gazette des premières nations - Accueil

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