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Includes many practical suggestions, some solely for Canada.
The author offers fellow widows, as well as their family and friends, advice for coping with the loss of a husband.
Includes advice on when and how to dispose of a mate's belongings, dealing with children, and redefining role with friends and family.
This is a workbook for parents and caregivers who love and worry about a teenager who may be experimenting with or regularly engaged in relationship with alcohol or other drugs. It offers both concrete tips and strategies, as well as reflective exercises.
Aging and wellness -- Exercise science and changes in functional ability -- Psychosocial aspects of programming -- Programming guidelines -- Land-based programming -- Water-based programming -- Developing and promoting your program.
Vulnerable older adults : a population demanding attention -- Geriatric social work as a vital field -- Theoretical perspectives -- Value issues and ethical dilemmas -- The importance of the client-social worker relationship -- Assessing capacity -- Assessing risk - - Using the capacity-risk model …
Speaking Out features stories for and about LGBT and Q teens by fresh voices and noted authors in the field of young adult literature. These are inspiring stories of overcoming adversity (against intolerance and homophobia) and experiencing life after "coming out." Queer teens need tales of what mi…
This A Lion in the House program shows the enormous burden that cancer puts on any family. It also brings to light the particular impact on families headed by single parents, uninsured or underinsured families, and people in communities where resources are scarce and support is difficult to obtain.…
Part of the bestselling "Positive Discipline" series, this book teaches an approach to child rearing and teaching that emphasizes helping children learn valuable social and life skills that will help them make responsible decisions that lead to a more productive and satisfying life. This book is ap…
A Sunny Hill TeleCDR Education series presention recorded at Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children on April 20, 2006. Speakers were 3 music therapists, Erin Johnson (BC Children's Hospital), D. Louise Whitehead (Sunny Hill) and Carol Wiedemann (BC Women's Hospital).
This bilingual guide is written in Chinese and English. It includes information on the BCCA Chinese Peer Navigation Service at the Vancouver Cancer Centre. It also provides tips for preparing for medical appointments, tips for communication and finding support, floor guide, bilingual communication …
This resource provides information about violence and BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre, Girls Speak Out program, its curriculum and some recommended websites about this topic. It's aimed to support women with experiences of violence.
Shows how to teach kids to protect themselves when parents aren't there to take care of them. Includes age-appropriate methods for overcoming fear, reducing vulnerability, and building self-protection instincts; courage coaching as a way to create a "family" defense system; life-saving skills, such…
Introduction : about growing older, dying, and death -- Grief and loss : a part of life -- Fear of dying -- The final life career : is this only a time of waiting for death? or is there something more? -- Acceptance that death will come -- Pain, distress, and suffering -- Prayer -- Responding to me…
Cancer and the aging population -- Physiology of aging and its impact on the older adult -- Comprehensive geriatric assessment for the older adult with cancer -- Symptom management in the older adult with cancer -- Hospice and palliative care for the older adult -- Addressing older adult survivorsh…
Using easy-to-understand techniques, this book provides recipes to make and preserve healthy homemade baby food for your baby's nutrition through the first year. It also offers tips for gradually introducing foods and addresses issues you may encounter, such as allergies and baby's likes and dislik…
This booklet is addressed to the thousands of men in Canada who were sexually abused as young children or as teenagers. It is also addressed to the people who help these men face each new day with courage: their partners, friends and families.