Ceremony keeps alive the memory of Todd Ouida, who was killed on 9/11

The sixth annual Todd Ouida Children’s Foundation Conference was held at Montclair State University on May 11th. More than 300 mental healthcare professionals attended to learn about childhood anxiety. The foundation and conference honor Todd Ouida, who was killed at Cantor Fitzgerald atop the North Tower of the World Trade Center in the terrorist attacks of 9/11, reports Joshua Jongsma in North Jersey.com.

Todd struggled for years with childhood anxiety but overcame it, and was thriving and happy when he died. Andrea and Herb Ouida, Todd’s parents, founded the foundation to help children with similar difficulties succeed as Todd did.

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