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Todaro The Impact Of Depression In
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Todaro The Impact Of Depression In
Todaro The Impact Of Depression In
Todaro The Impact Of Depression In
Todaro The Impact Of Depression In
Todaro The Impact Of Depression In
Todaro The Impact Of Depression In
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  • 1. The Impact of Depression in High School By: Matt Todaro
  • 2. Project Overview
    • I interviewed 100 students to determine how much of an impact suicide and depression have in high school
    • The students were chosen at random and completed the survey anonymously
    • All of the students attend West Seneca West Senior High School
  • 3.  
  • 4. Have you ever considered committing suicide?
    • Yes- 37%
    • No- 63%
  • 5. Have you ever suffered from depression?
    • Yes- 87%
    • No- 13%
  • 6. Please indicate any of the following you have used due to depression
    • Cutting yourself- 12%
    • Drugs- 37%
    • Alcohol- 46%
    • Family/School Resources- 5%
    • None of these- 27%
    • N/A- 13%
  • 7. Have you ever acted out in violence due to one of these acts?
    • Yes- 24%
    • No- 36%
    • N/A- 40%
  • 8. Did you ever consider yourself to be a threat to your peers?
    • Yes- 22%
    • No- 2%
    • N/A- 76%
  • 9. Do you believe students in our school have the necessary resources to help with their depression?
    • Yes- 93%
    • No- 7%
  • 10. Do you believe students take advantage of school resources?
    • Yes- 11%
    • No- 89%
  • 11. If not, why do you believe students do not take advantage of school resources?
    • Embarrassment
    • Don’t Believe their problems could get any better
    • Don’t trust that information is confidential
    • Don’t know the resources exist
    • Do not believe their depression is serious
    • Don’t want parents to find out

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