More Resources for Hoarders

After a recent study on small, low-income SROs in Vancouver, a professor at the University of British of Columbia called for more resources to help people who are suffering from hoarding disorder. According to professor Sheila Woody, a coordinated system is needed to help hoarders recover from their condition.

Woody was also quick to point out that the main focus of her studies were clutter and debris. Along with her team at the University of British of Columbia, Woody is conducting a long-term study that will help them better understand how a hoarder’s mind works.

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