...Teaches the core principles and skills needed to care for patients whose barriers to healthcare are due to lack of insurance[US] and/or accessible services, or based on culture, education, age, inadequate transportaton, poor English language skills, homelessness, immigrant status, chronic disease, mental illness, substance abuse, or HIV.
This one-of-a-kind resource teaches the core principles and skills needed to care for patients whose barriers to healthcare are due to lack of insurance and/or accessible services, or based on culture; education; age; inadequate transportation; poor English language skills; homelessness; immigrant status; chronic disease; mental illness; substance abuse; or HIV. Time-saving boxed inserts establish main points, provide practical "pearls" and help locate valuable community resources.
Narrator, experts, families talk about child poverty in Canada. Anyone, especially middle-class Canadians, can fall into poverty. The impact of child poverty on later life. At the end of the program, after the credits, it starts at the beginning.
"Everybody deserves a fair chance to play and grow. But not all kids get the chance. For low-income families, food, clothing and shelter come first. For some, recreation may seem like an unreachable luxury; for others it may seem like a frivolous expense....[the toolkit] was developed as part of the CPRA national initiative to enhance the lives of Canadian children in low-income families through increased access to recreation."