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Topics: Health and Wellness Families and Children Audience: Parents

Views: 1622
Last Modified

March 12, 2019

Description

The overarching Well-being and Resiliency Framework provides rationale for and describes the ways of working to promote well-being and resiliency in Alberta. It defines the key elements of the prevention continuum of services, identifies desired outcomes, supports decision-making on funding and...


Views: 750
Last Modified

March 12, 2019

Description

The Evaluation Framework describes the desired results of the Well-being and Resiliency Framework and outlines ways to monitor progress towards and understand meaning of outcomes. It supports provincial implementation of the Well-being and Resiliency Framework by serving as a platform for ongoing...


Views: 833
Last Modified

March 12, 2019

Description

The miyo resource discusses foundational beliefs and approaches of Indigenous peoples to promote well-being and resiliency and outlines an evaluative process that honours an Indigenous worldview. This resource supports provincial implementation of the Well-Being and Resiliency Framework by...


Views: 0
Last Modified

March 1, 2019

Description

Alberta has a provincial youth suicide rate that is 1.3 times the national average. Recent reports by the Child and Youth Advocate, the Alberta Mental Health Review Committee and the Ministerial Panel for Child Intervention have called upon the Government of Alberta to take a leadership role in...


Views: 2
Last Modified

February 1, 2019

Description

The purpose of this guide is to provide information on how schools and/or school authorities, parents/guardians, healthcare professionals and community service providers can work together to support children and students with Type 1 diabetes in school.


Views: 163
Last Modified

September 7, 2017

Description

The Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) program uses a family-centred approach to provide parents with funding to access a range of supports and services that strengthen their ability to promote their child’s healthy growth and development. Supports and services are individually...


Views: 18
Last Modified

January 1, 2016

Description

This fact sheet provides information about fentanyl and discusses what parents, teachers and other caregivers can do to inform kids about the dangers of fentanyl. It also discusses what adults can do if they believe a child may be using fentanyl, and immediate steps to take if they think...


Views: 45
Last Modified

July 1, 2015

Description

Eligible individuals and families with limited incomes can access free health benefits through several government programs. Knowing your family’s health is cared for will bring you peace of mind.


Views: 160
Last Modified

October 1, 2012

Description

If an adult doesn't have the capacity to make decisions, a health care provider can choose one of the adult’s relatives to make a one-time, time-sensitive decision. Specific decision-making can be about health care, and/or temporary admission to or discharge from a residential care facility.