This lecture by Professor Juan Bornman, University of Pretoria, South Africa was presented at Jönköping University as part of their 10-year celebration.
From Siblings Support Project: Siblings will be in the lives of family members with special needs longer than anyone. With a relationship that can easily exceed 65 years, brothers and sisters will be there after parents are gone and special
This new online forum is a place for parents, carers and health professionals to chat about childhood bowel and bladder problems.
The report paints an alarming picture of demand increasing but the number of people supported decreasing, a fragile service provider market, and limited progress in those services found to be in need of improvement.
To this picture must be a
Nine African and South Asian countries committed to halving preventable deaths of pregnant women and newborns in their health facilities within the next 5 years.
They will work to improve health care using WHO's guide: Standards for improvi
There is nothing more important than the bond between parent and child. The Parent-Child Mother Goose program builds on this essential relationship and gives parents the tools that make daily life with a young child more fulfilling.
Dear Professor Crawley,
I applaud the work you are doing to relieve the suffering of this group of children and young people. I wish you success. I write to suggest you might extend the scope of your work to take into account sensitivity to
From Healthmatters Program: Every Organization should have a Wellness Committee!
A wellness committee plays a vital role in success of your health promotion programming and organizational culture of wellness. Why? Because it represents the