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Is your child feeling restless and tired? Do you think they are experiencing sleep issues? Let them sleep like a baby with a few tips and tricks packed in one book! Sleep is a natural human state that is characterized by a modified recognition and sensibility. During the state of rest, the eyes are closed and we appear to be unconscious. Children who don't have enough sleep can suffer or experience sleepiness during the daytime, which can affect their school performance and deprive them of full physical activities. They may even suffer severe effects overtime, like psychological issues. This book can help you get their sleep back to normal and develop healthier sleep habits. What else can you get from this book? o How much sleep do children need? o Importance of afternoon naps for your child o Healthy sleeping strategies for your children o Factors that affect healthy sleep Help your child develop a good and healthy sleep habit. Help them get back on track and perform at their best
This book examines the social aspects of healthy ageing for older individuals. It features more than 15 papers that explore the relevance of the social environment for health on the micro, meso, and macro level. Overall, the book applies a comprehensive contextual approach that includes discussion of how family and friends, neighborhoods, nations, and welfare regimes influence health.
The book first explores the issue on the individual level. It looks at the importance of social capital for health among older people, examines types of social networks and health among older Americans, as well as discusses dynamic social capital and mental health in late life.
Next, the book looks at the issue through a neighborhood and societal context, which takes into account day-to-day interaction in the immediate environment as well as the social, health, and economic policies in place in different regions in the world, including America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
From there, the book goes on to offer implications and recommendations for research and practice, including the management of related concepts of research on well-being and health. It also offers a psychosocial approach to promoting social capital and mental health among older adults.
This book provides health professionals as well as researchers and students in gerontology, sociology, social policy, psychology, and social work with vital insights into the social factors that increase healthy life years and promote well-being.
This book provides a scholarly discussion of arguably the most important advance in U.S. public health services since Medicare 50 years ago - how the Federal program known as the Patient Care and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) or "Obamacare" became law. It addresses ACA in terms of its impact on improving health and behavioural health services for key diverse populations in America, including people with disabilities, consumers, women, racial and ethnic minorities, and veterans and their families.
From the very beginning, ACA was controversial and the topic of heated political debate at both state and national levels. This book examines more closely how the legislation was developed, including the political history of the act; the many advocacy efforts at the national level and the community-based action strategies at the grassroots level; how ACA will affect a broad cross-section of America; the integration of health and behavioural health services as a key component of ACA; the financing of ACA and parity for behavioural health services.
This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation.
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